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arrival in Philadelphiegiment to report, and, on the 17th, Brigadier-General Benjamin F. Butler was detailed to command the troops. eople are alive.
Yours, John A. Andrew.
General Butler was appointed on the 17th to command the Massacers were given for the regiments, and three for General Butler, who, being present, advanced, and said,—
same unbounded enthusiasm the Sixth received.
General Butler accompanied it as commander of the Massachusettew, that a telegram had just been received from General Butler, at Philadelphia, to send forward immediately Mntion will excuse want of judgment or rashness. B. F. Butler. His Excellency Governor Andrew.