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gh officers on the medical staff in the United-States army, until honorably mustered out at the expiration of the Rebellion. The following letter of the Governor to Dr. Lyman shows how well he appreciated the services rendered by him:— June 14, 1861. my dear Sir,—I wish to render you my sincere thanks, both personally and in behalf of the Commonwealth, for the constant and valuable services which you have so kindly rendered in our medical service, and of the faithfulness of which, Irvices at Washington, as the agent of the Governor, in the early part of the war, which were given gratuitously. William P. Lee and Waldo Adams, of Boston, were appointed assistant quartermaster-generals, with the rank of first lieutenant, June 14, 1861. The services rendered by these gentlemen were given gratuitously. Frank E. Howe, of New York, was appointed assistant quartermaster-general Aug. 23, 1861, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel. Colonel Howe was a native of Massachusetts,