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The commanding officers of the First and Third Division will see that these abatis are first placed in front of the batteries and where there is not a good slashing, and placed so that it can be enfiladed.

By order of Major-General Humphreys:

SEPT. CARNCROSS,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.

HDQRS. ARTILLERY BRIGADE, SECOND ARMY CORPS,

February 12, 1865.

Bvt. Major JOHN N. CRAIG,

Asst. Adjt. General, Artillery Hdqrs., 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 Gregg M, 1st New Four 3-inch Captain

Hampshire George K.

Artillery. Dakin.

Fort Sampson C and I, 5th Four light 12- First

U. S. pounders. Lieutenant V.

Artillery H. Stone.

Battery in K, 4th U. S. .....do....... Bvt. Captain

front of Fort Artillery J. W. Roder.

Cummings.

Battery right 11th New York Six 3-inch First

of Battery. Lieutenant G.

Westmoreland W. Davey.

chimneys.

Battery left B, 1st New Six light 12- Captain A. J.

of Jersey pounders Clark.

Westmoreland Artillery

chimneys.

Battery near 10th Six 3-inch First

Tucker house. Massachusetts Lieutenant J.

Battery. Webb Adams.

In park B, 1st Rhode Six light 12- First

Island pounders Lieutenant W.

Artillery. B. Wescott.

In park near 12th New York Four light 12- Captain C. A.

Patrick's Battery pounders Clark.

Station.

In reserve C, 4th New Six Coehorn Second

York mortars Lieutenant

William S.

Ball.

Train guards L, 4th New .............. Second

York Artillery Lieutenant

Frank Seymour.

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

line. York Artillery pounders McClellan.

F, 1st Six 3-inch Lieutenant J.

Pennsylvania F. Campbell.

Artillery.

3rd New Jersey Six light 12- Bvt. Major C.

Battery pounders Woerner.

6th Maine ......do...... Captain W. H.

Battery Rogers.

Bvt. Major J. H. Sleeper, Tenth Massachusetts Battery, on leave of absence; Bvt. Major T. Fred. Brown, First Rhode Island Artillery, on leave of absence; Second Lieutenant Charles A. Bron, First Rhode Island Artillery, discharged by expiration of term of service, to date January 21, 1865; Second Lieutenant James A. Manning, Eleventh New York Battery, on leave of absence; First Lieutenant V. H. Stone, Fifth U. S. Artillery, reported and assumed command of Batteries C and I, Fifth U. S. Artillery.

Respectfully submitted.

JNO. G. HAZARD,

Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding.

HEADQUARTERS SECOND ARMY CORPS,

February 12, 1865.

COMMANDING OFFICERS FIRST DIVISION:

The commanding general desires me to inform you that the garrison of Fort Cummings may now be withdrawn.

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

SEPT. CARNCROSS,

Major and Assistant Adjutant-General.