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e Salem Cadets who volunteered to escort Captain Devereux's company (A of 7th M. V. M.) to Boston on April 18, 1861, this company having been known both as the Salem Light Infantry and the Salem Zouaves; and on his returning to Salem that night he determined to raise a company for himself, and began recruiting on April 20. Manuscript letter of Capt. J. P. Reynolds (Sept. 7, 1895). The company was named the Andrew Light Guard; it went into camp at Camp Webb on Winter Island, Salem harbor, April 22; Quint's 2d Mass. Infantry, p. 12. on May 8 Governor Andrew requested Colonel (afterwards general) Gordon to receive it into the 2d Regiment, then forming; Gordon's Organization, etc., of 2d Regiment, pp. 11, 14. and it reported May 14 with seventy-five men, Captain Abbott having, however, previously reported with a full company. Quint's 2d Mass. Infantry, List of Officers, etc. Supposing Captain Cogswell's to be the first company formed for the 2d Regiment, it could only have prio