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setts in the Civil War, I, 336.) Generals Halleck, Burnside, Reno, Parke, Cullom and Sedgwick have all made moina. The expedition to North Carolina under General Burnside was one of the most important events in the eaimportant series of events which took place around Burnside's bridge at Antietam, Massachusetts regiments tookom the command of the Army of the Potomac, Maj.-Gen. A. E. Burnside being appointed in his place. The Massachusetts troops under General Burnside during the ensuing Fredericksburg campaign were as follows: Official Wan had been removed for alleged inaction, and that Burnside was being at once held back and pushed on. See a l Records, XXI, 916 ) General Walker well describes Burnside as the sweetest, kindest, most true-hearted of meno the Department of the Ohio, commanded by Maj.-Gen. A. E. Burnside. It included the 36th Mass. Infantry (Majtery (Capt. W. H. McCartney). Ninth Army Corps (Burnside). First Division.—1st Brigade, 35th Mass. (Maj.