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nd Sergt. W. H. Carney, who bore them, was twice severely wounded. Sergt. R. J. Simmons, Corp. Henry F. Peal and Private George Wilson were also especially complimented in the report This brief and manly report is in Official War Records, 46, p. 362. The report of the Confederate general, R. S. Ripley, in which he speaks of the 54th as sent to butchery by hypocrisy and inhumanity, is on p. 370. In a curious Confederate list of Abolition prisoners captured near Charleston, S. C., July 11-19, 1863, one prisoner is credited to the 150th Massachusetts (p. 392). Some interesting answers to questions as to the military qualities of colored troops may be found on p. 328. of Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell, who was left in command, though himself very severely wounded; the latter soldier (Wilson), when shot through the shoulder, had refused to fall back without his captain's permission. Three officers were killed and eleven wounded, most of them severely. When driven from the fort the regim