462 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. [CHAP. XLVIII.
missioned officers wounded, 3 enlisted men killed, 33 enlisted men
wounded, 1 commissioned officer missing, and 4 enlisted men missing,
an aggregate of casualties of officers and men, 43.
May 21, marched through Guiney's Station, Bowling Green, and
Milford, and crossed the Mattapony River ; distance, 30 miles. May
22, advanced 1 mile and threw up breast-works. May 23, 6 a. m.,
moved 9 miles to North Anna River. At 6 p. m. charged enemy's
works and regiment held Taylor's Bridge. 8 p. m., moved half mile
to the left and threw up works. May 24, 10 a. m., crossed the river.
7 p. m., moved into position and intrenched. May 25, 6 p. m.,
moved 500 yards to the right and went into works. May 26, 9 p. m.,
moved to the right 1 mile. May 27, at 2 a. m., withdrew from the
front, recrossed the North Anna, and moved down the Pamunkey
River, 12 miles. During these operations the regiment sustained a
loss in killed, enlisted men, 5 ; commissioned officers wounded, 2 ;
enlisted men wounded, 25 ; enlisted men missing, 4 ; an aggregate of
casualties of officers and men, 36.
May 28, 6 a. in. marched 8 miles to Pamunkey, crossed and
marched 2 miles and bivouacked. May 29 moved 1 mile to the front
and intrenched. May 30, worked on intrenchments. May 31, 8 a. m.,
moved 1 mile to the front. June 1, in breast-works. June 2, moved
out by the left 12 miles-, joined General Smith's corps (the Eight-
eenth), and bivouacked. June 3, moved in behind works in rear of
Sixth Corps ; at 3 p. m. moved to the left one-half mile, near Cold
Harbor. June 4, moved back to the old position in the trenches.
June 5, moved to Beaver Dam, 1 mile. June 6, built works and
remained in camp until June 13. During these operations the regi-
ment sustained a loss of 1 enlisted man killed, 3 enlisted men
wounded, and 1 enlisted man missing, an aggregate of casualties in
killed, wounded, and missing, 5 enlisted men.*
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
Major, Commanding Regiment.
Report of Lieut. Col. William B. Neeper, Fifty-seventh Pennsyl-
HDQRS. FIFTY-SEVENTH REGT. PENN. VET. VOLS.,
August 10, 1864.
CAPTAIN : In compliance with Special Orders, No. 104, from head-
quarters Second Brigade, Third Division, Second Corps, dated Au-
gust 6, 1864, I have the honor to submit the following report as to
* For-continuation of report, see Vol, XL, Part I.
Capt. F. E. MARBLE,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.