Participated in the “Mud March,” and on April 28, 1863, broke camp and joined: the light brigade of the 6th corps for the Chancellorsville campaign, in which the 32nd lost 43 members killed, wounded or missing. It returned on May 8 to the camp at Belle Plain and on the 25th the three years’ men were transferred to the 121st N. Y. infantry. The two years men were mustered out at New York city on June 9, 1863. The total strength of the regiment up to Jan., 1863,. was 1,040 members and it lost during its term of service 45 by death from wounds and 54 by. death from other causes.