506 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. (CRAP. XLVIII.
Report of Lieut. Col. George Zinn, Eighty-fourth Pennsylvania
HDQRS. EIGHTY-FOURTH REGT. PENNSYLVANIA VOLS.,
August 7, 1864.
SIR : In obedience to paragraph 3, Special Orders, No. 104, head-
quarters Second Brigade, Third Division, Second Corps, I have the
honor to submit the following report of the part taken by the Eighty-
fourth Pennsylvania Volunteers in the several operations of the
present campaign :
The regiment, in conjunction with the Second Corps and Army
of the Potomac generally, broke camp on the evening of the 3d day
of May, 1864, and, marched to the Rapidan, crossing at Ely's Ford.
Camped late in the afternoon of the 4th on the old battle-ground of
Chancellorsville. 5th, marched to the Wilderness and took position
on the left of the Sixth Corps, about a quarter of a mile to the left
of the plank road leading to Orange Court-House, and threw up
breast-works. Took part in the battles of the 5th and 6th. Loss, 2
officers and 46 enlisted men-1 commissioned officer wounded, 1 com-
missioned officer missing, 5 enlisted men killed, 41 enlisted men
8th, marched to Todd's Tavern, threw up breast-works, and drew
ammunition and rations. 10th, marched to near Spotsylvania
Court-House and had a skirmish with the enemy on the Ny River.
12th, took part in the engagement in front of Spotsylvania Court-
House, losing 1 officer and 38 enlisted men-1 commissioned officer
wounded, 8 enlisted men killed, and 30 enlisted men wounded.
21st, marched to and across the Mattapony, passing through Bow-
ling Green and Milford Station. Took position and threw up breast-
works. 23d, marched to the North Anna River ; engaged the enemy,
driving them across the river and held the Jericho Bridge. 24th,
crossed the river and skirmished with the enemy, losing 6 enlisted
men-1 killed and 5 wounded.
27th, recrossed the river and marhced to the Pamunkey River,
crossing near Hanovertown, and threw up breast-works. 29th, ad-
vanced about 1 mile and erected another line of works. 31st and
1st of June, engaged the enemy on the Totopotomoy Creek ; lost 3
officers and 18 enlisted men. June 2d, marched to Cold Harbor and
participated in the various engagements at that place, losing 4 com-
missioned officers wounded, 4 enlisted men killed, 16 enlisted men
wounded, and 3 enlisted men missing. *
Respectfully, your obedient servant,
Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding Regiment.
Capt. F. E. MARBLE,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
For continuation of report, see Vol. XL, Part I.