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ioner on the part of the Confederate States of America, subject to the confirmation of the two governments: Be it therefore resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, That said league be in all respects ratified and confirmed, and the said General Assembly hereby pledges the faith and honor of the State of Tennessee to the faithful observance of the terms and conditions of said league. The following is the vote in the Senate on the adoption of the league: Yeas.--Messrs. Allen, Horn, Hunter, Johnson, Lane, Minnis, McClellan, McNeilly, Payne, Peters, Stanton, Thompson, Wood, and Speaker Stovall. Nays.--Messrs. Boyd, Bradford, Hildreth, Nash, Richardson, and Stokes. Absent and not voting--Messrs. Bumpass, Mickley, Newman, Stokely, and Trimble. The following is the vote in the House: Yeas.--Messrs. Baker of Perry, Baker of Weakley, Bayless, Bicknell, Bledsoe, Cheatham, Cowden, Davidson, Davis, Dudley, Ewing, Farley, Farrelly, Ford, Frazie, Gantt, Guy,
Doc. 173.-the Second Regiment Maine S. V. The following are the officers of this regiment: Colonel, Chas. D. Jameson; Lieut.-Colonel, C. W. Roberts; Major, George Varney; Adjutant, John E. Reynolds; Quartermaster, C. Vesey Lord; Assistant Quartermaster, L. H. Pierce; Sergeant-Major, E. L. Appleton, all of Bangor; Surgeon, W. H. Allen, Orono; Assistant Surgeon, A. C. Hamlin, Bangor, nephew of the Vice-President; Hospital Steward, A. D. Palmer, Orono; Chaplain, A. F. Mines, Bath. First company, Bangor Light Infantry, Capt. Bartletts. Second company, of Bangor, Capt. Chaplin. Third company, Milo Artillery, Capt. Sampson. Fourth company, Grattan Guards, Capt. Carroll. Fifth company, Brewer Artillery, Capt. Jones. Sixth company, Bangor Chasseurs, Capt. Meincke. Seventh company, of Bangor, Capt. Emerson. Eighth company, of Oldtown, Capt. Foss. Ninth company, of Bangor, Capt. Sargeant. Tenth company, Castline Light Infantry, Capt. Devereux. Each company contains 78 men and office
l uphold the right! Bravely, then, to the fight-- God speed the noble First, brave hearts and true! The officers then returned to the regiment, and soon after it proceeded up Broadway, receiving again a great amount of cheering. Windows were beautified by the faces of the fair, who waved their handkerchiefs to the passing regiment. At length it turned down Canal street, and embarked on board the State of Georgia. The following is a list of the officers of the regiment: Staff.--Wm. H. Allen, Colonel; Garrett Dyckman, Lieutenant-Colonel; James M. Turner, Major; Walter Scott, Adjutant; J. Lawrence Hicks, M. D., Surgeon; John Howe, M. D., Surgeon's mate; Robt. S. Wormsley, Quartermaster. non-commissioned Staff.--Benjamin Page, Sergeant-Major; James C. Briscoe, Color-Sergeant; Robert B. Montgomery, Quartermaster-Sergeant; James Murray, Officers' Mess-Steward; John S. Brush, light General Guide; Richard J. Perry, Drum-Major; Richard Willis, Fife-Major. Co. A, Captain, Leon
Doc. 216.-Second Regiment Maine volunteers. The following is a correct list of the officers: Colonel, Charles Jameson; Lieutenant-Colonel, C. W. Roberts; Major, George Varacy; Adjutant, John E. Reynolds; Quartermaster, C. V. Lord; Assistant Quartermaster, L. H. Pierce; Surgeon, W. H. Allen; Assistant Surgeon, A. C. Hamlin; (nephew of Vice-President Hamlin;) Chaplain, J. F. Mines; Sergeant-Major, E. L. Appleton. Company A--Captain, H. Bartlett; First Lieutenant, R. Wiggins; Second Lieut., Dean. Company B--First Lieut., Tilden, commanding; Second Lieut., Wardwell. Company C--Capt., Jones; First Lieut., Skinner; Second Lieut., Merill. Company D--Capt., Sampson.; First Lieut., Sturdevant; Second Lieut., Kittridge. Company E--Capt., Emmerson; First Lieut., Adams; Second Lieut., Richardson. Company F--Capt., Chaplin; First Lieut., Wilson; Second Lieut., Boynton. Company G--Capt., Sargent; First Lieut., Gettiell; Second Lieut., Morse. Company H--Capt., Meinicke; First Lieut
communication from Col. Duryea, sent back to me for reinforcements, and I immediately ordered Col. Allen's regiment to be put in motion, and they reached Hampton about seven o'clock. In the mean time a suitable supply of ammunition, and take their position at the burnt bridge, near Hampton. Cols. Allen, Carr, and McChesney will hold their entire command in readiness, fully prepared to march at That no mistake may be made, all the troops, as they charge the enemy, will shout--Boston. Cols. Allen, Carr, Townsend, Duryea, and McChesney will take notice and act accordingly. By command of. Respectfully submitted, Judson Kilpatrick, Captain, Company H. To Colonel A. Duryea. Col. Allen's report. Camp Hamilton, Virginia, June 11, 1861. Major-General B. F. Butler: Sir:--I f the enemy on the ground, with constant reinforcements from Yorktown. Very respectfully, Wm. H. Allen, Colonel First regiment. Letter from Brigadier-General Pierce. Camp Hamilton, June