CHAp. XXïl BATTLE OF ROANOKE ISLAND, N. C. 73
June 3, 1862.—North Carolina, west of the Blue Ridge, embraced in the Confed-
erate Department of East Tennessee.
5, 1862.—Action at Tranter's Creek.
21, 1862.—Confederate Department of North Carolina extended to the south
bank of the James River.
24, 1862.—Reconnaissance from Washington to Tranter's
July 6, 1862.—Major-General Burnside sails with re-enforcements for the Army of
the Potomac, leaving Brig. Gen. John G. Foster in command of
the Department of North Carolina.
9, 1862.—Capture of Hamilton.
17, 1862.—Maj. Gen. D. H. Hill, C. S. Army, assigned to command of the De-
partment of North Carolina.
24-28, 1862.—Expeditions from New Berne to Trenton and Pollocksville, &c.
26, 1862.—Skirmish at Mill Creek, near Pollocksville.
26-29, 1862.—Reconnaissance from Newport to Young's Cross-Roads, and skir-
28, 1862.—Expedition from Batchelder's Creek, on Neuse River Road.
Aug. 14-15, 1862.—Reconnaissance from Newport to Swansborough.
FEBRUARY 8, 1862.—Battle of Roanoke Island, N. C.
No. 1.—Brig. Gen. Amlirose E. Burnside, U. S. Army, with congratulatory orders.
No. 2.—Lieut. Daniel W. Flagler, U. S. Ordnance Department.
No. 3.—Surgeon William H. Church, U. S. Army, Acting Medical Director.
No. 4.—Brig. Gen. John G. Foster, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, with sketch.
No. 5.—Capt. Daniel Messinger, Acting Aide-de-Camp.
No. 6.—Lieut. C. Cushing Eyre, First New York Marine Artillery.
No. 7.—Lieut. James H. Strong, Aide-de-Camp.
No. 8.—Lieut. James A. Redden, First New York Marine Artillery.
No. 9.—Lieut. James M. Pendleton, Aide-de-Camp.
No. 10.—Lieut. Col. Albert W. Drake, Tenth Connecticut Infantry.
No. 11.—Col. John Kurtz, Twenty-third Massachusetts Infantry.
No. 12.—Col. Thomas G. Stevenson, Twenty-fourth Massachusetts Infantry.
No. 13.—Col. Edwin Upton, Twenty-fifth Massachusetts Infantry
No. 14.—Col. Horace C. Lee, Twenty-seventh Massachusetts Infantry
No. 15.—Brig. Gen. Jesse L. Reno, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.
No. 16.—Capt. Montgomery Ritchie, Aide-de-Camp.
No. 17.—Lieut. Col. Alberto C. Maggi, Twenty-first Massachusetts Infantry.
No. 18.—Lieut. Col. Charles A. Heckman, Ninth New Jersey Infantry.
No. 19.—Col. Edward Ferrero, Fifty-first New York Infantry.
No. 20.—Col. John P. Hartranft, Fifty-first Pennsylvania Infantry.
No. 21.—Brig. Gen. John G. Parke, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade.
No. 22.—Col. Isaac P. Rodman, Fourth Rhode Island Infantry.
No. 23.—Maj. Gen. Benjamin Huger, C. S. Army, with correspondence.
No. 24.—Brig. Gen. Henry A. Wise, C. S. Army, with correspondence.
No. 25.—Col. H. M. Shaw, Eighth North Carolina Infantry.
No. 26.—Capt. James M. Whitson, Eighth North Carolina Infantry.
No. 27.—Col. John V. Jordan, Thirty-first North Carolina Infantry.
No. 28.—Lieut. Col. Wharton J. Green, Second North Carolina Battalion.
No. 29.—Maj. H. W. Fry, Forty-sixth Virginia Infantry.
No. 30.—Lieut. Col. Frank P. Anderson, Fifty-ninth Virginia Infantry.
No. 31.—Maj. G. H. Hill, C. S. Army, commanding Fort Bartow.
No. 32.—Capt. John S. Taylor, C. S. Army, in charge of heavy artillery.
No. 33.—Report of Investigating Committee Confederate House of Representatives