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nd withdrew at last with but thirty-five, under command of a captain, the number of killed being seventy-four and of wounded one hundred and sixty-five. As they were moving from the field three successive color-bearers were shot down, when Lieut. Arthur Dehon finally took them himself rather than order any one else into danger. Surgeon Albert A. Kendall of the 12th was killed by a bullet while at the operating table, and Surgeon Edward H. R. Revere (20th Mass.) also fell. See his memoir in Mass.), although injured on the 13th by a blow from a horse, was unremitting in his attentions to the wounded and was of invaluable service. Official War Records, XXI, 326. Lieut. William Hill of the 35th Mass. fell also, and young Lieut. Arthur Dehon of the 12th, detailed as aide to General Meade, who says of him that his loss is greatly to be deplored as that of a young officer of high promise, endeared to all who knew him for his manly virtues and amiable character. Official War R