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the general officers now ordered to report to him, two, Brig.-Gens. George L. Andrews and William Dwight, Jr., were Massachusetts men, the fic., p. 71. Though but a single Massachusetts regiment (the 2d, Colonel Andrews) was actively engaged, it was a battle most disastrous to the and discipline which it never lost. Colonel (afterwards general) Andrews, its second commander, was also a graduate of the academy. In General Gordon's account of this battle he especially compliments Colonel Andrews, Maj. Wilder Dwight A vivid description of the battle may b 284, and Walcott's 21st Massachusetts, p. 127. The report of Col. G. L. Andrews (2d Mass.) is in Official War Records, XII (2), 153. and Lieuhat the heaviest losses of all fell. Maj. (afterwards general) G. L. Andrews, U. S. A., a Massachusetts officer commanding the 17th U. S. In troops in the slave States was mainly under the charge of Maj.-Gen. G. L. Andrews and Maj. G. L. Stearns, both Massachusetts men. Such also