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n D. Terry of Co. E, 23d Mass., received a medal of honor, five years later, for gallantry in action at this battle. There was also an engagement at Camden, N. C., April 19, in which the 21st lost seven killed; one at Trenton Bridge May 15 without loss; one at Tranter's Creek June 5, in which the 24th had six killed and six wounded, and one at Washington, N. C., September 6, in which the same regiment had one killed and five wounded. There was also an engagement at Rawles' Mills, N. C., November 2, in which the 24th and 44th lost slightly, as did the 3d (Co. I) at Plymouth, December 10. With these exceptions, the year was a quiet and rather disappointing one, and the whole result of the expedition was not quite what had been expected. It still remains a question whether these posts, secured on the sea-coast, should or should not have been sources of more aggressive activity. Col. T. A. Dodge, U. S. A., a high authority, thinks that they should have been thus utilized. It seems