ARMY OF THE POTOMAC ARTILLERY RESERVE SECOND VOLUNTEER BRIGADE FIFTH NEW YORK LIGHT ARTILLERY Six 20 Pounder Parrots Captain Elijah D. Taft Commanding
July 2. Arrived and halted in park about 10.30 A. M. Moved to the cemetery at 3.30 P. M. and engaged from 4 P. M. until dark. Four guns south of and facing Baltimore Pike firing on a Confederate battery on Benner's Hill. Two guns firing westwardly.
July 3. Engaged at intervals in same position until 4 P. M. One gun on Baltimore Pike having burst the other three relieved the section firing westwardly Remained in this position until the close of the battle.
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