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casualties (390) were exceeded only by those of the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery (481), no infantry regiment rising above 301. The two Massachusetts infantry regiments attaining very high record in both regards were the 39th (Robinson's division, 5th Corps) and the 32d (Griffin's division, 5th Corps); while several regiments exceeded the latter in killed and mortally wounded alone, namely, the 22d, 9th, 37th, 57th, 28th and 56th. At the formidable defence of the once-captured Salient, or Bloody Angle, it was claimed for the brigade of Col. Oliver Edwards (37th Mass. Infantry) that it fought longer than any other brigade of the 6th Corps; and for the 37th Mass. Infantry—one of two Massachusetts regiments in that brigade, the other being the 10th--that it was in action continuously for more than twenty hours, during which time it fired more than four hundred rounds per man. At one time the guns became so foul that they could be used no longer, when they were exchanged for guns of anoth