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e, which he did without injury. Soley, p. 143. Commander Downes, a Massachusetts officer, commanded the monitor Nahant in the attack on Fort McAllister, March 3, 1863, and in the attack on Charleston, April 7; the Nahant being in this last attack seriously damaged; her turret so jammed as to prevent its turning, many of thee army) were absent from their commands. (Official War Records, 39, p. 123.) The result of Hooker's inspection was announced in G. O. 18, Army of the Potomac, March 3, 1863. The Order itself may be found in Official War Records, 39, p. 119. Compare Cudworth's 1st Regiment Mass. Infantry, p. 348. One hundred and fifty regiments were thoroughly inspected, and on March 3, 1863, the result of this inspection was announced. Eleven regiments were commended and were rewarded by special privileges in the way of furloughs,—three from Massachusetts (the 1st, 2d and 20th), two each from Maine and New York, and one each from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Mi