Sunday. We then moved by the new road that had been dug by the sappers & miners, the bullets whistling round us all the way. Were ordered to fix bayonets & charge upon the breastworks—had ravines & ridges to cross all full of brush & timber—almost impossible to crawl up—but after a hard scramble got to the place where the charge was to commence, but by this time four or five Reg’ts. Had got mixed up, & there was so much confusion that it was impossible to form a line (the 22nd was less confused than the other Reg’ts.). Moved farther to the left to get more out of the way of the sharp-shooters, & got as good a cover as we could. Here we lay till the middle of the afternoon, the sun beating down terribly, & the bullets constantly whistling over & among us. While lying here, Corp. A. Haskell was struck in the breast by a bullet, making a flesh would. Sent him out to the Hospital. (Boker had been hit previously by a buckshot.). Ivis, Allen also had a slight wound made in a toe. These were all of Company “H” that were struck, though several escaped as by a miracle. In [the] middle of [the] P.M. companies “h” & “E” took position in ravines where they were better sheltered, & we lay till about 9 o’clock, when we were ordered back to camp. The Reg’t. formed out near the bridge on the main road, & moved into camp. Lay down, & slept soundly till morning.