ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA LONGSTREET'S CORPS PICKETT'S DIVISION DEARING'S BATTALION CASKIE'S BATTERY THE HAMPDEN ARTILLERY One 10 Pounder Parrott One 3 Inch Rifle Two Napoleons
July 3. Advanced to the front about daylight. Later in the morning took position on the ridge west of the Emmitsburg Road and near the Rogers House remaining for hours unengaged. When the signal guns were fired about 1 P. M. moved forward to the crest of the hill and took an active part in the cannonade. Ammunition was exhausted while Longstreet's column was advancing the last round being fired at the Union infantry which assailed his right flank. Efforts to procure a fresh supply of ammunition proving unsuccessful the Battery was withdrawn.
July 4. In line of battle all day with the left wing of McLaws' Division. Marched at sunset to Black Horse Tavern.
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