Battles in
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Jan. 18-Feb. 10 Operations about Newberne against Whiting CONNECTICUT--15th and 21st Infantry. MASSACHUSETTS--17th Infantry. NEW YORK--3d and 12th Cavalry; 3d Light Arty.; 92d, 99th, 132d and 158th Infantry. RHODE ISLAND--5th Heavy Arty. VERMONT--9th Infantry. WISCONSIN--19th Infantry. UNITED STATES--1st Colored Infantry, and Navy.

Jan. 22 Skirmish, Harrellsville CONNECTICUT--15th and 16th Infantry (Detachments). NEW YORK--85th Infantry (Detachment). PENNSYLVANIA--101st and 103d Infantry (Detachments).

Jan. 27 Expedition to Lake Phelps NEW YORK--24th Indpt. Battery Light Arty. (Detachment).

Jan. 27 Expedition to Onslow County NEW YORK--12th and 23d Cavalry (Detachments); 158th Infantry (Detachment). VERMONT--9th Infantry (Detachment).

Jan. 29 Expedition up Roanoke River CONNECTICUT--15th Infantry (Detachment). U.S. Marine and Sailors (Detachment).

Jan. 30 Skirmish, Windsor CONNECTICUT--15th and 16th Infantry (Detachments). NEW YORK--85th Infantry (Detachment). PENNSYLVANIA--101st and 103d Infantry (Detachments). NORTH CAROLINA--2d Infantry (Detachment). U.S. Sailors and Marines (Detachment).

Feb. 1-3 Skirmish, Beech Grove and Batchelder's Creek, near Newberne MASSACHUSETTS--17th Infantry. NEW YORK--12th Cavalry; Batteries "C" and "I" 3d Light Arty.; 92d, 99th and 132d Infantry. NORTH CAROLINA--2d Infantry. WISCONSIN-- 19th Infantry. Union l oss, 9 killed, 12 wounded, 305 missing. Total, 326.

Feb. 2 Action, Deep Creek ILLINOIS--14th Cavalry.

Feb. 2 Skirmish, Gales Creek, near Newberne NEW YORK--23d Cavalry (Co's "A," "B"). VERMONT --9th Infantry (Detachment). Union loss included in Newport Barracks, Feb. 2.

Feb. 2 Skirmish, Bogue Sound Block House VERMONT--9th Infanty (Co's "B," "H"). Union loss included in Newport Barracks, Feb. 2.

Feb. 2 Skirmish, Newport Barracks MASSACHUSETTS---2d Heavy Arty. (Co. "D"). NEW YORK--23d Cavalry (Co's "A," "B"). VERMONT--9th Infantry. Union loss, 4 killed, 11 wounded, 62 missing. Total, 77. 1864.

Feb. 5 Skirmish, Quallatown OHIO--10th Cavalry (Detachment). PENNSYLVANIA-15th Cavalry (Detachment). TENNESSEE---1st Cavalry (Detachment). Union loss, 2 killed, 6 wounded. Total, 8.

Feb. 6 Skirmish, Newport Barracks NEW YORK--23d Cavalry (Detachment).

Feb. 7 Affair, Wacamo Neck (No Reports.)

Feb. 9 Reconnoissance toward Swansborough NEW YORK--158th Infantry. NORTH CAROLINA--2d Infantry. UNITED STATES---Battery "C" 1st Arty.

Feb. 16 Affair, Fairfield PENNSYLVANIA--101st Infantry (Detachment). U.S. Gunboat "Foster."

March 25-26 Expedition to Bogue and Bear Inlets NEW YORK--158th Infantry.

March 26 Skirmish near Black Jack Church NORTH CAROLINA--1st Infantry (Detachment).

March 26 Skirmish, Ivy Bend NORTH CAROLINA--2d Mounted Infantry.

April 1 Skirmish near Plymouth UNITED STATES--37th Colored Infantry.

April 2 Affair, Cape Lookout Destruction of Light by Confederates.

April 5 Affair near Blount's Creek CONNECTICUT--21st Infantry. PENNSYLVANIA--58th Infantry (Detachment).

April 17 Skirmish, Beaver Creek NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Detachment).

April 17-20 Engagement, Siege and Capture, Plymouth. CONNECTICUT--16th Infantry. MASSACHUSETTS--2d Heavy Arty. (Co's "G," "H"). NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Co's "A," "F"); 24th Indpt. Battery Light Arty.; 85th Infantry. PENNSYLVANIA--3d Heavy Arty. (Detachmen t); 101st and 103d Infantry. NORTH CAROLINA--2d Infantry (Co's "B," "E"). UNITED STATES --lOth Colored Infantry (Detachment). Gunboats "Ceres," "Southfield" and "Whitehead." Union loss, 20 killed, 82 wounded, 2,732 captured and missing. Total, 2,834.

April 25 Skirmish, Plymouth NORTH CAROLINA--2d Infantry.

April 27-28 Skirmishes, Washington MASSACHUSETTS--17th Infantry. NEW YORK-- 23d Indpt. Battery Light Arty.

April 29-30 Expedition from Newport Barracks to Swansborough NEW YORK--158th Infantry (Detachment). VERMONT--9th Infantry (Detachment).

May 4 Skirmish on Trent Road NEW YORK--23d Cavalry (Detachment).

May 4-6 Operations about Newberne, and in Albemarle Sound RHODE ISLAND----5th Heavy Arty. and U.S. Navy.

May 5 Skirmish. Croaton RHODE ISLAND---5th Heavy Arty. (Co. "A"). U.S. Gun-

May 5 Engagement in Roanoke River, with Ram boats "Ceres." "Sassacus," "Commodore Hull," "Miami," "Albemarle," "Seymour," "Whitehead," "Mattabesett" and "Wyalusing." Union loss, 5 killed, 26 wounded. Total, 31.

May 5 Skirmish, South Side Trent River NEW YORK--3d Light Arty. RHODE ISLAND---5th Heavy Arty. and U.S. Navy.

May 26 Torpedo Explosion, Batchelder's Creek NEW YORK--132d and 158th Infantry. PENNSYLVANIA --58th Infantry. Union loss, 35 killed, 19 wounded. Total, 54.

June 20-23 Expedition from Batchelder's Creek to near Kinston CONNECTICUT--15th Infantry. NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Co's "B," "D"); Battery "C" 3d Light Arty.; 132d Infantry. Union loss, 1 killed, 3 missing. Total, 4.

June 20-25 Expedition against Wilmington & Weldon R. R NEW YORK--12th (Co. "E"), and 23d (Detachment) Cavalry; Battery "C" 3d Light Arty. (Detachment); 158th Infantry. NORTH CAROLINA--1st Mounted Infantry (Co. "L"). VERMONT--9th Infantry. UNITED STATES -- Battery "C" 1st Arty. (Detachment).

June 22 Skirmish, Southwest Creek CONNECTICUT--15th Infantry. NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Co's "B," "D"); 132d Infantry.

June 22-23 Scout to Sneed's Fery. NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Detachment).

June 22-23 Skirmish, Swansborough NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Detachment).

June 28 Skirmish, Kinston NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Detachment).

June 28 Skirmish near Murphy OHIO--1st Heavy Arty. (Co's "C," "H," "L," "M").

June 28 Capture of Camp Vance NORTH CAROLINA--3d Infantry (Detachment).

July 18-31 Expedition from Newberne to Manning's Neck U.S. Gunboat "Whitehead" and detachment of Infantry and Arty. under Lieut. G. F. Ward.

Aug. 2 Skirmish, Murphy OHIO--1st Heavy Arty. (Co's "C," "H," "L," "M").

Oct. 11-13 Scout to Gum Swamp NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Detachment).

Dec. 10-15 Scout from Core Creek to Southwest Creek CONNECTICUT--8th Infantry. NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Detachment).

Dec. 10 Skirmish, Mosely Ford NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Detachment).

Dec. 11-12 Skirmishes, Southwest Creek Bridge NEW YORK--12th Cavalry (Detachment).

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