War of the Rebellion: Serial 096 Page 0289 Chapter LVIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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Battery Commanding Guns Position

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12th New York Captain C. A. Four light 12- Fort Clarke

Battery Clark pounders

B, 1st Rhode Second Six light 12- In reserve

Island Lieutenant W. pounders

Artillery B. Westcott

C, 4th New First Six Boehorn Not yet in

York Artillery Lieutenant R. mortars position

Kennedy

L, 4th New Second Do Train guards

York Artillery Lieutenant F.

Seymour

NINTH CORPS

LINE

G, 1st New Second Six light 12-

York Artillery Lieutenant W. pounders

H. Stringer

F, 1st First Six 3-inch

Pennsylvania Lieutenant

Artillery John F.

Campbell

3rd New Jersey Bvt. Major C. Do.

Battery Woerner

6th Maine Captain W. H. Six light 12-

Battery Rogers pounders

First Lieutenant J. T. Wayatt, Eleventh New York Battery, mustered out by expiration of term of service; Bvt. Captain John W. Roder, Fourth U. S. Artillery, has returned from leave of absence and assumed command of Battery K; First Lieutenant C. A. Clark, inspector, has been mustered as captain Twelfth New York Battery, and has assumed command; Bvt. Major T. Fred. Brown, First Rhode Island Artillery, absent on leave for fifteen days; Second Lieutenant William B. Westcott, in command; Sergt. James A. Manning, Eleventh New York Battery, mustered as first lieutenant; Second Lieutenant R. Metcalf, Fifth U. S. Artillery, heretofore dropped as "missing in action," heard from and taken up as a prisoner of war.

Respectfully submitted.

JNO. G. HAZARD,

Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding.

HEADQUARTERS SIXTH ARMY CORPS,

January 29, 1865. (Received 10.35 a. m.)

Lieutenant Colonel S. F. BARSTOW:

I have the honor to report that nothing of importance has transpired on the lines of this corps during the past twenty-four hours.

GEO W. GETTY,

Brevet Major-General, Commanding.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,

January 29, 1865-1.25 p. m.

Brigadier-General WILLCOX, Ninth Army Corps:

Have you any reports in reference to the firing? Is it on your front, and what portion? At this distance it appears quite severe and sharp firing.

JNO. G. PARKE,

Major-General.

HEADQUARTERS NINTH ARMY CORPS,

January 29, 1865. (Received 1.45 p. m.)

Major-General PARKE, Commanding:

Have received no reports of the firing. It is on the right of my line, and not heavier than often occurs there. I will report particulars when received.

O. B. WILLCOX,

Brevet Major-General.

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