War of the Rebellion: Serial 088 Page 0956 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LIV.

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List of Field-Works, their Armaments and Garrisons-Continued.

Field-works Name. Armament. Garrison Locality.

(men).

Battery 33 - Pierced for four -

guns. *Two field

guns.

Battery 34 - Pierced for four -

guns. *Two field

guns.

Redoubt O Fort Pierced for six guns. 200 Gurley's

Davison *Six field guns. house.

Battery 35 - Pierced for four -

guns. *Two field

guns.

Redoubt P Fort Pierced for twelve 150 Near

McMahon guns. *Six field Smith's.

guns.

Redoubt Q First Pierced for twenty-seven guns. *Twelve 500 Near

Stevenson. field guns. Williams'

house.

Battery 36 - Pierced for twenty-eighth guns. - In front

of

Williams'

house.

Battery 37 - Pierced for seven - Chimney's

guns. *Four field (Alley's),

guns. near plank

road.

Battery 38 - Pierced for eight -

guns. *Two field

guns.

Redoubt R Fort Pierced for twelve 150 On plank

Blaisdell. guns. *Four field road.

guns.

Battery 39 - Pierced for six guns. -

*Two field guns.

Redoubt S Fort Pierced for eight 200 Near Mrs.

Kelly guns. *Four field Smith's.

guns.

Battery 40 - Pierced for six guns. - Near T.

*Two field guns. Jones'.

Battery 41 - Pierced for six guns. - Near

*Two field guns. Norfolk

railroad.

Redoubt T Fort Pierced for twenty 300 Near

Bross guns. *Four field Well's,on

guns. Norfolk

and

Petersburg

Railroad.

NOTE.-The armaments and garrisons of the redoubts and batteries as above designated (*) are those proposed for the defense of the line upon the withdrawal of the main force of the army for active operations upon other lines.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,

September 19, 1864.

HEADQUARTERS SECOND ARMY CORPS,

September 21, 1864.

Lieutenant Colonel T. S. BOWERS,

Asst. Adjt. General, HDQRS. Armies of the United States:

Colonel Egan is entitled to promotion. He was the first on my list made some time since of those officers who commanded troops. He should date, if possible, from the day he took the enemy's redoubt by assault at the North Anna, May 23, 1864. I recommended my chief of staff first; I desire him promoted.

WINF'D S. HANCOCK,

Major-General of Volunteers.

HEADQUARTERS SECOND ARMY CORPS,

September 21, 1864-9 a.m.

Major-General HUMPHREYS,

Chief of Staff:

GENERAL: There have been no changes in the position of my troops on the front line since yesterday's report. General Miles relieved the cavalry pickets yesterday evening from the plank road to Davenport