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ery, thigh, dangerous; Chas. T. Green, leg, slight; Geo. Hardy, leg, slight; Amos W. Gleason, shoulder, severe. Co. E, Sergt. Chris. A. Curtis, leg, flesh wound. Co. G, Privates Henry Howard, thigh; J. W. Norcross, chest; G. H. Matthews, chest, dangerous; Seth H. Paine, chest, dangerous; G. D. Whitcomb, shoulder, dangerous. Co. H, Corp. Fred Tyas, leg, slightly. Co. K, Geo. Booth, jaw, dangerous. Twenty-Third Massachusetts. Co. B, Sergt. G. Morse, left side. Co. D, Corp. John Battle, shoulder. Co. A, Private M. West, thigh. Co. F, Private J. B. Lake, wrist. Co. J, Private Frank Howard, thigh. Twenty-Fourth Massachusetts. Co. G, Private A. W. Littlefield, thigh. Wounded-Fifty-First New-York Volunteers. Co. A, Sergt. James Hamilton, throat. Privates Wm. Cody, leg; Wm. Smith, shoulder, slight; Robert Sliter, thigh, severe; Daniel C. Davidson, side. Co. I, Private Henry Falley, head, severe. Ninth New-York Volunteers. Co. A, Lieut. G.
, the bodies of eleven of the unfortunate persons who fell in the battle, were collected together and buried at Medford. Menotomy is occasionally confounded with Medford by Essex county writers on the battle. On the morning of the 20th, Capt. John Battle, of Dedham, was ordered with his company of militia, to pass over the ground which had been the scene of action the preceding day, and bury such of the slain as he should find unburied.— Heath. The British dead were, many of them, buriedorable American war, were, on their part, without a single piece of cannon in the field! After inserting the fact that Gen. Whitcomb was in this day's battle, Heath continues, as follows:— On the morning of the 20th, our General ordered Capt. John Battle of Dedham, with his company of militia, to pass over the ground which had been the scene of action the preceding day, and to bury such of the slain as he should find unburied. The assignment of alarm-posts, and feeding the assembled and as