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1st North Carolina Artillery, Battery (A)
Army CSA
Corps 1
Division 1
Brigade Artillery
Commander Col. Basil C. Manly
Location West Confederate Avenue, south of Millerstown Road
Two Napoleons Two 3 Inch Rifles

July 2. Took position here 3.30 P. M. and became actively engaged. At 5 P. M. advanced to Peach Orchard and continued firing until dark. Returned here after night.

July 3. The Napoleons remained here. The two rifles with the two rifles of Fraser's Battery took position at 5 A. M. under Capt. Manly on crest beyond Emmitsburg Road north of Peach Orchard were engaged in the great cannonade and after Longstreet's assault aided in checking pursuit. Continued firing at intervals until 7.30 P. M. Then resumed this position.

July 4. At 10 A. M. aided in checking an advance of three regiments. After night withdrew from the field.

Ammunition expended 1146 rounds.

Losses Killed 3 Wounded 4 Missing 4 Horses killed or disabled 20

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