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ht, as one officer says; and they had to protect themselves with their bayonets long after their ammunition was exhausted. Colonel Quincy is among those complimented as having displayed great bravery and handled their regiments with skill. Col. S. Colgrove, commanding the 27th Indiana in this brigade, says, To say that the three old regiments, the 2d Mass., 3d Wisconsin and 27th Indiana, fully sustained the reputation they won at Cedar Mountain and Antietam, is the very highest compliment thatal Society. General Stoneman said once, No regiment that ever served with me can show a better record than the 2d Mass. For Lieut.-Col. C. F. Morse's graphic report of this action, see Official War Records, 43, p. 816. In the report of Col. S Colgrove, commanding brigade, he says, I wish to state here that great credit is due the officers and men of Co. F, 2d Mass., as skirmishers. They advanced into the woods, where it was impossible to tell friend from foe, and before they scarcely knew it