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Page 150, line 17. Read Dec. 16th, not Dec. 17th.
We capture the Seventh North C:rolina Camp.
Casualties. Lieut. J. W. Lawton. Incidents. Congratulatory
Kinston, Whitehall and Goldsboro. Our force engaged. Skirmishing
by the way. Battle of Kinston. Battle of Whitehall. Field and
South Carolina Expedition. Regiment at Washington, N. C. Co’s G
and H go to Plymouth. Mail steapiers and mails. Hyde County
guerrillas. Fort Anderson attacked. Siege of Washington, N. C.
Demand for its surrender. Commodore Hull. Ceres runs the
blockade. Aground under the guns of Rodman's Point. Spinola
retreats. Nailing the flag to the staff. Cotton Battery and Hill's
Point. Steamer Escort runs the blockade. General order. Gan-
nett declines to assault. The Siege raised. Incidents. Engagement
at Rocky Hoc Creek.
Gum Swamp. Engagement at Dover X Roads. Gen'l Palmer loses his
temper. Gum Swamp under Col. Jones. A Night in the Swamp.
A grand Success. Following Col. Pierson in a swamp. Lieut.
Hunt and his men at Core Creek Bridge. Attack upon Bachelor's
Creek. Col. Jones killed. What was it ?
reply. Census of Norfolk Contrabands. Our Drum Corps. Helping
in colored schools. Julian's Creek. Organization of the Red Star
Brigade. Death of Adj't E. D. Lee.
Department of North Carolina in danger. Attack upon New Berne. A
terrible Revenge. Plymouth attacked. The ram Albemarle. Death
of Lieut.-Com. Flusser. Plymouth surrendered. Capt. Sampson.
Washington, N. C., evacuated. A fierce Naval Combat. Hoke
attacks New Berne again. His hasty Retreat.
The Army of the James. General C A. Heckman's special Report.
Bermuda Hundreds. Battle of Walthall Junction; losses. Walthall
Junction, May 7th; losses. Gen'l Grant's Instructions to Gen'l
Butler. Battle of Arrowfield Church. Mudsills vs. Chivalry; losses.
Retire to Cobb's Hill. Lieut. Pliny Wood. Drewry's Bluff. Sharp-
shooting. New position. Company D on picket. Battle of Drew-
ry's Bluff. Beauregard's Instructions; how executed. The Enemy
repulsed. Attacked in the rear. Loss of Colors and Prisoners. What
the Enemy say of the Battle. Casualties. Capt. C. D. Sandford.
What Gen'l Butler has to say. Letters from Major-Gen'ls Smith
and Weitzel. Letters from Gen'ls Heckman, Pickett and Lee.
Reorganization of the Regiment. New Commanders. Ordered to
the Army of the Potomac.
Andersonville. Lack of Shelter, Fuel and Water. A wonderful Provi-
dence. Libby Prison. Arrival at Andersonville. Surgeon's call
Burial of the Dead. A Fast of nearly four Days. Two sides of such
life. Leaving Andersonville. Railroad Accident. Sarannah. Mil-
len. Blackshire. Andersonville again. Abandoned in Florida.
What was endured. Personal Incidents. Forgiven but not for-