CHAP. XLViii.1 RAPIDAN TO THE JAMES. 693
The march across the Pamunkey, including the operations on the
Totopotomoy and at Cold Harbor.
May 28.—Moved at an early hour, crossing the Pamunkey River
at Ford; marched about 2 miles and encamped and intrenched.
May 29.—At 5 p. m. moved to the right about 5 miles and halted
until next morning.
May 30.—Moved at an early hour farther to the right ; about 3
p. m. moved to the left and halted until next morning.
June 1.—Marched to Cold Harbor ; the regiment on wagon guard.
June 2.—Moved to the right, and entrenched under a heavy artil-
lery fire. Loss, 2 killed and. 3 wounded.
June 3.—The regiment engaged in a charge on the enemy's works,
which it partly succeeded in taking, but held its position until re-
lieved. Loss, 6 killed and 39 wounded and 2 missing. Lieut. Col.
William Mcllwaine was mortally, and Maj. Thomas McLaughlin
June 4.—Returned to the third line, and part of the regiment was
detailed for picket.
June 5 and 6.—In the same position; some casualties from artillery
June 7, 8, 9, and 10.—Nothing to record.*
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
Capt. G. CLENDENIN, Jr.'
Report of Maj. Robert Munroe, One hundred and thirty-ninth
HDQRS. 139TH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS,
September 4, 1864.
SIR : In accordance with orders from corps headquarters, I have
the honor to submit the following report of casualties and oper-
ations of my command from the 4th of May to the 9th of July, 1864 :
Commissioned officers : Killed, 2 ; wounded, 12 ; died of wounds,
2 ; died of disease, 1. Enlisted men : Killed, 49 ; wounded, 303 ;
missing in action, 9 ; died of wounds, 46.
On the afternoon of May 4, 1864, crossed the Rapidan at Ger-
manna Ford, and halted for the night. On the morning of. May 5
moved on the Old Furnace road, and, the regiment being in advance
of the division, was ordered into line at the junction of the plank
and mud roads, and was engaged with the enemy from that time
* For continuation of report, see Vol. XL, Part I.