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Col. Daniel Chaplin, 1st Heavy Artillery. | Capt. Luther Lawrence, 11th Infantry. Capt. William A. Barrows, 9th Infantry. Capt. Francis W. Sabine, 11th Infantry. Lieut. William A. Campbell, 9th Infantry.
Wounded August 16.
Capt. Henry C. Hooker, 2d Heavy Artil- | Lieut. Francis H. Francisco, 115th Inlery.
Lieut. Jonas Zoller, 2d Heavy Artillery. Capt. William E. D'Arcy, 48th Infantry. Lieut. Henry H. Sears, 48th Infantry. Lieut. John M. Tantum, 48th Infantry. Capt. James J. Messervey, 64th Infantry.
Capt. Henry S. Williams, 62d Infantry.
Lieut. John Van De Sande, 115th Infantry.
Lieut. Norman J. Crippen, 169th Infantry. Capt. John Connery, 170th Infantry.
Lieut. John J. Parsons, 67th Infantry.
WELDON RAILROAD, VA. (OR GLOBE TAVERN, YELLOW HOUSE, AND BLICK'S STATION), AUGUST 18-21, 1864.
FIFTH ARMY CORPS.
Maj. Gen. GOUVERNEUR K. WARREN.*
Lieut. JOHN C. PAUL.
4th Pennsylvania Cavalry (detachment)..
Maj. HENRY W. RIDER.
5th New York (battalion)
AMBULANCE TRAIN (Capt. William F. Dram).....'
*Also in command of all the troops engaged.