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these being the 1st Infantry (Colonel Cowdin), the 5th (Colonel Lawrence) and the 11th (Col. George Clark, Jr.). It is something to say that neither of the three did itself discredit in the way of cos of the college fell in this battle; and in recognition of this a captured cannon, on which Colonel Clark (himself an Amherst professor) had mounted while cheering on his men, was presented by the r (Col. D. N. Couch), the 9th (Col. Thomas Cass), the 10th (Col. H. S. Briggs), the 11th (Col. George Clark, Jr.), the 15th (Col. Charles Devens, Jr.), the 16th (Col. P. T. Wyman), the 18th (Col. James. E, bearing the State flag, was shot through the breast, as was another of the color-guard, Corporal Clark of Co. K, each dying without a word. Private McDaniels of Co. E, being hit in the foot, satly, 1863, the United States law in regard to drafting was put in force in Massachusetts under Major Clark, U. S. A., provost marshal general. All male persons in the State between twenty and forty-f