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evident, from the correspondence in my hands, that some chafing grew out of this fact. It even appears that when General Stone was finally arrested for treason and imprisoned, one of the German companies fell into line spontaneously and gave three cheers. It is well enough to know that, in spite of this possible breach of orderly discipline, the offending company received high praise from Capt. (afterwards general) G. N. Macy, whose good opinion was certainly of value, and who wrote (June 14, 1862), I am very [glad] to say that the company behaved splendidly [at Fair Oaks] and did nobly but with one exception. This testimony is the more valuable as this officer had been promoted some months before to the captaincy (of Co. B) over the heads of its two original lieutenants, a thing which, even where necessary, rarely promotes harmony or even good discipline. The third German company, in the 25th Mass. Infantry, had German officers, and maintained its character well. For this co