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ed pursuit of Lee, after Gettysburg, several Massachusetts regiments took part. At Auburn, Va. (Oct. 13, 1863), the 10th Mass. Battery (Capt. J. H. Sleeper) received the especial thanks of Major-General Birney (commanding 1st Division, 3d Corps) for their gallantry in repulsing the enemy's attack on the head of the column. Adjutant-General's report, January, 1864, p. 1011; Official War Records, 48, 312. In the brilliant combat Dodge's Bird's Eye View, p. 167. at Bristoe Station (October 14), in which Warren's rear guard had a brush with Lee's whole army, the 15th, 19th and 20th Mass. infantries were engaged with slight loss and the 18th, 22d and 28th without loss. So in the running fight near Berryville, in which the 34th Mass. Infantry was for the first time under fire, the loss in that regiment was slight, but its adventures many, and its trophies in the way of weapons and supplies considerable. A very animated description of this fight may be found in Lincoln's 34th M