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Cowen. These three companies, at first an independent battalion, were afterwards consolidated with the 41st Mass. Infantry and became the 3d Mass. Cavalry (Colonel Chickering). Of these, the 2d Mass. Battery was detained at sea and did not actually arrive until May 21. The expectation was that this land force might be employeds disavowed and condemned by the Confederate officers. Another brother, Maj. Wilder Dwight, had already fallen at Antietam. In the siege of Port Hudson, Colonel Chickering (41st Mass. Infantry) marched, May 21, from Barreas Landing with a force consisting of his own regiment,—now mounted as cavalry on prairie horses,—the 52d Md in a note. Port Hudson Forlorn Hope (Massachusetts names), under G. O. 49, Department of the Gulf, June 15, 1863:— 3d Massachusetts Cavalry. Colonel Thomas E. Chickering Captain John L. Swift,C Captain Francis E. Boyd,H Lieutenant William T. Hodges,C Lieutenant Henry S. Adams (Adjutant) Lieutenant David P. Muzzey,G<