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the two meeting for the first time when the commission was conferred. A year and a month later, the war was ended, Grant was the foremost soldier in the world and Lincoln was in his grave. (Johnson's Short History, p. 365.) The Massachusetts troops operating against Richmond, Va., under Lieutenant-General Grant (May 5, 1864), were as follows: Official War Records, 67, p. 106.— Army of the Potomac (Maj.-Gen. G. G. Meade). Provost Guard.—1st Mass. Cavalry, Cos. C and D (Capt. E. A. Flint). Second Army Corps (Hancock). First Division.—2d Brigade, 28th Mass., Lieut.-Col. G. W. Cartwright. Second Division.—1st Brigade, 15th Mass. (Maj. J. Harris Hooper); 19th (Maj. Edmund Rice); 20th (Maj. Henry L. Abbott). Fourth Division.—1st Brigade, 1st Mass. (Col. N. B. McLaughlen); 16th Mass. (Lieut.-Col. Waldo Merriam); 2d Brigade, 11th Mass. (Col. William Blaisdell); Artillery Brigade, 10th Mass. Battery (Capt. J. Henry Sleeper). Fifth Army Corps (Warren). F