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adder. Such men were Hincks, Devens, Lowell, Bartlett, Miles. With these and such as these in minde Episodes of Massachusetts History, II, 764. Bartlett left on record, in the most instructive way, ys, the 31st (Colonel Gooding), the 49th (Colonel Bartlett), the 4th (Colonel Walker), the 48th (Colass. (Col. C. E. Griswold); 57th Mass. (Col. W. F. Bartlett); 59th Mass. (Col. J. P. Gould); 2d Bri57th, or Second Veteran Regiment, under Col. W. F. Bartlett, and that having the smallest the 13th,he conduct of Colonel (now brigadier-general) Bartlett of the 57th Mass. (General Hancock's report, .), Lieut. Clement Granet (58th Mass.). Gen. W. F. Bartlett was again struck by a shot and was captof young men, before untried,—of whom Lowell, Bartlett and Miles were perhaps the most striking insthe field. The patriot Garibaldi told Gen. W. F. Bartlett that he had seen from the beginning tha given by Confederate officers to spare Gen. W. F. Bartlett, as the only mounted man visible among [4 more...]