ARMY OF THE POTOMAC FIRST CORPS FIRST VOLUNTEER BRIGADE FIRST PENNA. LIGHT ARTILLERY BATTERY B Four 3 Inch Rifles Captain James H. Cooper Commanding
July 3. Moved to this position from East Cemetery Hill at 3 P. M. during a heavy cannonade and opened fire upon a Confederate battery in front. In half an hour a line of Confederate infantry approached over the hill about 1000 yards distant. The Battery in connection with batteries in line fired case shot until the Confederates reached canister range a few charges of which compelled their retreat.
Casualties Killed 3 Men Wounded 1 Officer and 8 Men Total 12
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