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ston. in commemoration of the battle of New Orleans, this being at the suggestion of the Hon. Charles Francis Adams. The next step took place on January 16, G. O. No. 4, Headquarters, Boston (Schoed, at this time, by Charles Sumner and Henry Wilson in the United States Senate, and by Charles Francis Adams at the Court of St. James, it may fairly be claimed that she began the period of the gresion to say, with a recent historical writer, Not one New England soldier achieved renown. C. F. Adams, Three Episodes of Massachusetts History, II, 764. Bartlett left on record, in the most instr Warner of South Danvers, of the 19th; and Capts. Edwin E. Day of Greenfield and Elisha Smart of Adams, with Lieut. Benjamin F. Leland of Shelburne, all of the 10th Mass. The 16th Mass. Infantry w-Gen. E. A. Wild). 3d Cavalry, Col. D. P. Muzzey, 20 officers, 100 men. 5th Cavalry, Maj. C. F. Adams, Jr., 50 men. Frontier Cavalry, 40 men. Artillery Division (Brevet Maj.-Gen. Joseph Hay