War of the Rebellion: Serial 095 Page 0310 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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New York Heavy Artillery, and Major C. K. Prentiss, Sixth Maryland, led their men with great gallantry. Bvt. Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Spangler, One hundred and tenth Ohio Volunteers, received a severe wound in the leg while gallantly urging the men forward in the last charge. Lieutenant-Colonel Damon, Tenth Vermont, did his duty nobly. Captain Simon Dickerhoof, One hundred and thirty-eighth Pennsylvania, who was division officer of the day at that time, also showed great coolness and gallantry.

Notwithstanding a heavy artillery fire from the enemy's guns was concentrated upon the troops the captured line was halted. It subsequently proved to be of great benefit to the corps by enabling troops to be formed behind it for an assault upon the enemy's main works.

Copies of regimental reports are herewith transmitted.

A summary of casualties is hereto appended.

I am, major, your obedient servant and humble servant,

J. WARREN KEIFER,

Brevet Brigadier-General.

Bvt. Major O. V. TRACY,

Actg. Ast. Adjt. General, Third Division, Sixth Army Corps.

Numerical list of casualties in Second Brigade, Third Division, Sixth Army Corps, March 25, 1865.

Killed. Wounded. Missing.

Command. Office Men. Office Men. Office

rs. rs. rs.

110th Ohio Volunteers - 4 1 16 -

122nd Ohio Volunteers - 1 - 23 -

126th Ohio Volunteers - 1 - 4 -

67th Pennsylvania - 2 - 11 -

Volunteers

138th Pennsylvania - - - - -

Volunteers

6th Maryland - 1 - 2 -

Volunteers

9th New York Heavy - - - 35 -

Artillery

Total. - 9 1 91 -

Missing. Total

Command. Men. Office Men. Aggreg

rs. ate.

110th Ohio Volunteers - 1 20 21

122nd Ohio Volunteers - - 24 24

126th Ohio Volunteers - - 5 5

67th Pennsylvania 2 - 15 15

Volunteers

138th Pennsylvania - - - -

Volunteers

6th Maryland - - 3 3

Volunteers

9th New York Heavy - - 35 35

Artillery

Total. 2 1 102 103

Numbers 128. Report of Lieutenant Colonel Joseph C. Hill, Sixth Maryland Infantry, of operations March 25.

HDQRS. SIXTH REGIMENT MARYLAND VOLUNTEERS,

April 16, 1865.

CAPTAIN: In the absence of Major C. K. Prentiss, who was at that time in command of the regiment, I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the command on the 25th ultimo:

On the morning of the 25th the command was aroused by heavy firing on the right of our line, held by the Ninth Corps. The command was immediately formed and moved into the works, Companies A, G, I, and K being detached to garrison Fort Gregg, under the immediate command of Captain John J. Bradshaw. We remained in our works under arm until about 2 p.m., when the command (less the fort garrison) filed out of the works formerly occupied by our picket-line and