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rig.-Gen. Charles Devens, Jr., of Massachusetts; 7th Mass. Infantry, Lieut.-Col. F. P. Harlow; 10th Mass. Infantry, Col. H. L. Eustis; 37th Mass. Infantry, Col. Oliver Edwards. The first conspicuous service rendered by Massachusetts troops in th7th Massachusetts and the Vermont Brigade could not be excelled. He also mentions Col. (afterwards brigadier-general) H. L. Eustis as being especially mentioned by his brigade commander for gallant service, he having subsequently taken command of thP. Martin); 5th Battery (Capt. C. A. Phillips). Sixth Army Corps (Sedgwick). Second Division.—4th Brigade (Brig.-Gen. H. L. Eustis), 7th Mass. (Col. T. D. Johns); 10th Mass. (Lieut.-Col. J. B. Parsons); 37th Mass. (Col. Oliver Edwards); Artillchusetts; while another (in the 9th Corps) was Brig.-Gen. T. G. Stevenson; and among the brigade commanders were Brig.-Gen. H. L. Eustis, Col. N. A. Miles and S. H. Leonard, all of Massachusetts. Col. N. A. Miles won at this battle his promotion as