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h one company from Boston and one from Worcester. (Colonel Munroe) was delayed by the desire to attach to it other companies; it was not ordered to proceed until April 18, and was then accompanied by Brig.-Gen. (afterwards major-general) B. F. Butler, the instructions from Washington having now been modified to include four regimehe number of forty or fifty accompanied the Pennsylvania men only as far as Fort McHenry. (Bates, I, 5.) The Philadelphia men reached Washington at 7 P. M., April 18, and the Logan Guards sent in its morning report to the Adjutant-General on the next day. On the same day (April 19) the 6th Mass. Infantry arrived at 9 P. M. der fire, with slight loss, at Deveaux Neck, S. C., Dec. 9, 1864, and without loss at James Island, S. C., Feb. 10, 1865; also the 54th at Boykin's Mills, S. C., April 18, and at Swift Creek the following day, losing six men in these engagements, which were the last battles of the war in which Massachusetts troops took serious par