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HEADQUARTERS SECOND ARMY CORPS,

January 9, 1865-10.20 a.m.

Brigadier General S. WILLIAMS,

Assistant Adjutant-General:

No changes in the disposition of this command since last report. Five rebel deserters came into our lines during the night.

A. A. HUMPHREYS,

Major-General.

HDQRS. ARTILLERY BRIGADE, SECOND ARMY CORPS,

January 9, 1865.

Bvt. Major JOHN N. CRAIG,

Asst. Adjt. General, Artillery Headquarters, Army of the Potomac:

MAJOR: I have the honor to report that the batteries of this command occupy the following positions on this date, viz:

Position. Battery. Guns. Commanding

officer.

Fort Fisher C and I, 5th Four light First Lieutenant

U. S. Artillery. 12-pounders E. P. Clark.

Fort Welch 11th New York Six 3-inch First Lieutenant

Battery J. T. Wyatt.

Fort Gregg M, 1st New Four 3-inch Captain G. K.

Hampshire Dakin

Artillery

Fort Sampson B,1st New Four light Captain A. J.

Jersey 12-pounders Clark

Artillery

In reserve do Two light 12- Do.

pounders

Fort K, 4th U. S. Four light First Lieutenant

Cummings Artillery 12-pounder E. S. Smith.

Fort Siebert 10th Two 3-inch Brevet Major

Massachusetts Sleeper.

Battery

Fort Emery do do Do.

In reserve do. do Do.

Fort Clarke 12th New York Four light Lieutenant

Battery 12-pounders William S. Bull.

In reserve B, 1st Rhode Six light 12- Brevet Major

Island pounders Brown.

Artillery

Train L, 4th New York do. Lieutenant R.

guards,&c. Artillery Kennedy.

Ninth Corps G, 1st New York Six light 12- Captain S. A.

line Artillery pounders McClellan

F, 1st Six 3-inch First

Pennsylvania Lieutenant J. F.

Artillery Campbell.

3rd New Jersey Six light 12- Brevet Major

Battery pounders Woerner.

6th Maine do. Captain W. H.

Battery Rogers.

C, 4th New York Six Coehorn First Lieutenant

Artillery mortars D. D. McPherson.

Captain J. H. Wood, C, Fourth New York Artillery, absent with leave for several days; Bvt. First Lieutenant W. B. Beck, C, and I, Fifth U. S. Artillery, absent on leave, Special Orders, Numbers 5, headquarters Army of the Potomac, January 5, 1865; First Lieutenant E. P. Clark, B, First New Jersey Artillery, commanding C and I, Fifth U. S. Artillery, during Lieutenant Beck's absence; Bvt. Captain J. W. Roder, K, Fourth U. S. Artillery, absent on leave for twenty days, Special Orders, Numbers 335., heaquarters Army of the Potomac, December 30, 1864; First Lieutenant E. S. Smith, commanding K, Fourth U. S. Artillery, Lieutenant J. Webb Adams, Tenth Massachusetts Battery, absent on leave for twenty days, Special Ordes, Numbers 7, headquarters Army of the Potomac, January 7, 1865; Lieutenant John G. Deane, acting aide-de-camp, absent on leave for twenty days, Special Orders, Numbers 356, headquarters Army of the Potomac, December 3, 1864.

Respectfully submitted.

JNO. G. HAZARD,

Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding.