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ve been together. I supposed it was my duty to make this report of that part of the regiment engaged, as senior officer of those saved. Very respectfully, W. F. Bartlett, Capt. Co. I, Twentieth Regiment Mass. Vols. I trust that my delay in telegraphing is now fully explained to you by my letter of Oct. 24. When Gen. Landeing service in Virginia. I need hardly say that I did not know it in time to tell them to stay in quarters and get the rest they had so richly earned. Also, Capt. Bartlett reported that during our absence the men were all begging to cross the river and join us. Capt. Bartlett, in his report, speaks of getting some seventy menCapt. Bartlett, in his report, speaks of getting some seventy men across the river in a boat that held five. I may add, what his modesty left unwritten, that he sent Lieut. Whittier, of Company A, across early to take charge of the men as they reached the Maryland shore, and that he and Lieut. Abbott of his company, and Capt. Tremlett of Company A, crossed at the last trip. We gratefully ac