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he city. Some detached companies were also ordered out and were assigned to different regiments. A messenger sent to Captain Dike of Stoneham, whose company was to be transferred from the 7th Regiment to the 6th, reached him at 2 A. M. He said to el, in a manner delivered into its hands. These companies were C, D, I, L, under Captains Follansbee, Hart, Pickering and Dike; also the band, and an unarmed force from Pennsylvania, neither of which two bodies left the station. The four companies rate Boston Transcript stated that only three Massachusetts men fell at Baltimore. Thirty-six were wounded, including Captain Dike of Stoneham, who was severely wounded in the thigh, was taken in and secreted in a hotel and was supposed to have been that he was not with the companies assailed on the march, and had to rely on hearsay. A modest and manly letter from Captain Dike may be found in Brown, p. 53, and one from Captain Follansbee in Hanson's 6th Mass., p. 40. The 6th Mass. was unqu