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the Fourth Regiment
address of Governor Andrew
departure for Fortress Monroe
the Sixthe Eighth Regiment
speeches of Governor Andrew and General Butler
reception on the routmy for two full regiments.
By command of Governor Andrew, Special Order No. 14 was immediately iss called from my professional pursuits, by Governor Andrew, to assist Dr. George H. Lyman in furnishhe State House, where it was addressed by Governor Andrew, who said,—
It gives me unspeakable a messenger brought an order to him from Governor Andrew, that a telegram had just been received fvening by General Butler, was received by Governor Andrew, enclosed in a letter from Major P. Adamsatteries; I have therefore telegraphed to Governor Andrew to have the Boston Light Battery put on sent or rashness. B. F. Butler. His Excellency Governor Andrew.
This despatch of General Butlth his discharge.
By order of His Excellency John A. Andrew, Governor and Commander-in-chief. W
r. Hitchcock and Colonel Frank E. Howe to Governor Andrew.
Colonel Howe writes to the Governor, ident Lincoln, upon the recommendation of Governor Andrew, appointed, as commissioners for Massachuegislature, in 1863, at the suggestion of Governor Andrew, passed an act, authorizing the State Treinaugurated this admirable system, and to Governor Andrew and the Legislature, who encouraged it, ament of regimental and company officers.
Governor Andrew had established a rule for making appointcts great honor upon his native State.
Governor Andrew, however, seldom erred in his judgment of Browne, writes to Colonel Dudley,—
Governor Andrew directs me to inclose to you the within pver
Your obedient and humble servant, John A. Andrew, Governor of Massachusetts.
No wordsss of purpose and justness of decision of Governor Andrew, we give an extract from a letter, dated ments in the field.
It was the policy of Governor Andrew to keep the regiments in the service full