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Records, XIX (2), 289. The 12th and 28th infantries and the 1st Battery lost one killed each, and the 35th Mass. lost five, including one officer, Lieut. Charles F. Williams of Salem. An injury to it, even more serious, was the loss of an arm by its commander, Colonel (afterwards general) Wild, his other arm being also partially disabled,—this permanently withdrawing him from his regiment, though he became afterwards a general officer. The Massachusetts regiments engaged at Antietam September 16-17 were (actively) the 2d, 12th, 13th, 15th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 28th, 29th and 35th, and in reserve or as supports, the 9th, 18th, 22d and 32d. The 3d and 8th batteries were also engaged, but with no loss of life. All the actively engaged suffered losses, varying from the nine killed, thirty-one wounded of the 29th to the seventy-four killed, one hundred and sixty-five wounded out of the three hundred and thirty-four of the 12th and the one hundred and eight killed of the 15th. In the