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cting Adjutant--not because they fought more bravely, but because they were, by the force of circumstances, obliged to stand for a longer time in a more dangerous position than any others.
The last two had been, during all the fight, coolly and bravely at my side from the beginning till the end. Both have been wounded — the first by a bullet in the left leg, and the second slightly in the right temple and in the neck.
And also, I would call your attention to the faithful services of Surgeons Cutter and Warren, and the Chaplain, who bravely followed the troops through the fight, to bear back the dead and wounded.
All the wounded were conveyed to the hospital, and our dead were immediately buried.
I send you a list of the killed and wounded.
I have the honor to be, your obedient subordinate, A. C. Maggi, Lieut.-Col. Commanding Twenty-first M. V.
Order of Governor Andrew.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, headquarters, Boston, March 1, 1862.
General order, No. 3.