West Confederate Avenue, south of Millerstown Road
ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA LONGSTREET'S CORPS MCLAWS' DIVISION CABELLS BATTALION FRASER'S BATTERY THE PULASKI ARTILLERY Two 10 Pounder Parrotts Two 3 Inch Rifles
July 2. Took position here 3.30 P. M. and opened fire on Peach Orchard and the Union batteries east of it. At 4 P. M. the Rifles were silenced by loss of men. The fire of the Parrotts continued until Peach Orchard was taken.
July 3. The Parrotts were moved to crest north of Peach Orchard in main artillery line took part in the great cannonade aided in checking pursuit after Longstreet's assault and retired from front after dark. The Rifles were placed under command of Capt. Manly of the N. C. Artillery and served by his men in position with his own Rifles.
July 4. In position near here. After night withdrew from the field. Their ammunition was nearly exhausted.
Losses Killed 6 Wounded 13 Horses killed or disabled 18
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