91st PA: 25 March 1865

25 March 1865


CAPTAIN: I have the honor to report the following operations of my command on the 25th instant:

Moved from camp about 6.30 a.m.; halted at brigade headquarters and awaited orders. Marched to the right along the railroad about two miles and halted. About 12 m. [sic] moved to the support of the Second Corps; [p.276] lay in reserve outside of breast-works; moved into breast-works about 3 p.m. About 5 p.m. moved out in front of breast-works and formed on the right of second line of battle, in rear of One hundred and fifty-fifth Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, while the Second Corps was engaged. About 9 p.m. returned to camp.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
ELI G. SELLERS, Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding.

Capt. E. S. FARNSWORTH, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

[source: Official Records series 1 volume 46 part 1 pages 275-276]

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