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the surrender of the city and personally hoisting the guidons of his squadron over the State House. See letter of Col. L. L. Langdon, U. S. A., Century Magazine, June, 1890, p. 309; also in Crowninshield's 1st Mass Cavalry, p. 472. On April 6, at Rice's Station, the 34th Infantry had its last man killed (out of many), and at Farmville (April 7, 8) the 19th, 20th and 28th Infantry, the 1st Heavy Artillery and the 10th Battery were present, but without losses on the field, though Capt. Isaac H. Boyd (19th Mass.) died of wounds received there. This was for Massachusetts troops the last battle of the great Virginia campaign. On April 9 came the surrender at Appomattox. In the first attack on Fort Fisher (Dec. 25, 1864) Massachusetts can hardly be said to have taken part, and at the second attack (Jan. 15, 1865) no Massachusetts troops can be said to have participated. It was in itself, however, an affair of great importance, this being the largest and strongest earthwork cons