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Other regiments engaged were the 12th and 20th, with the 9th and 14th batteries. Capt. D. C. Mumford (19th Mass.) was among the killed. At Bethesda Church (June 1-3),—the action of the right wing at the terrible Cold Harbor,—the largest loss fell on the 36th Mass. Infantry (17 killed, 33 wounded) and next on the 32d and on the 2, 9th and 10th batteries. The 19th, 20th, 39th and 58th were also present, with the 11th and 14th batteries, but without loss. The main battle of Cold Harbor (June 3) Some historians, as Fox, treat Bethesda Church and Cold Harbor as separate engagements; others, like Walker, as but one battle. Fighting continued irregularlthough considerably larger than at the Wilderness. Official War Records, 67, pp. 134, 150, 181. General Grant recognized frankly that the charge ordered on June 3 at Cold Harbor was the one battle which he thoroughly regretted. Young's Around the World with President Grant, II, 304. Grant's Memoirs, II, 276. He said: Co<