ARMY OF THE POTOMAC THIRD CORPS ARTILLERY BRIGADE FOURTH NEW YORK INDEPENDENT BATTERY Six 10 Pounder Parrots Capt. James E. Smith Commanding
July 2. Arrived from Emmitsburg at 9 A. M. Four guns posted on the height above Devil's Den at 2 P. M. Two guns in this position. After the capture of three of the guns in the advanced position and the repulse of their supports this section opened fire with great effect on the Confederate forces advancing up the valley. At 6 P. M. this section was moved to the right near Winslow's battery and subsequently to the rear.
July 3. Not engaged.
Killed 2 Men Wounded 10 Men Missing 1 Man
11 Horses Killed 240 Rounds of ammunition expended
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