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or were mortally wounded, Capts. Thomas R. Robeson and Thomas B. Fox and Lieut. H. V. D. Stone. See memoirs in Harvard Mere its ample share. The 57th took into battle, according to Fox's tables, 545, and had 94 killed or mortally wounded, this ber cent., or the largest among all the regiments engaged. Fox's Regimental Losses, p. 30. The percentage of this regiment,ents, and highest, with two exceptions, in the whole army. (Fox, p. 8.) The others were the 1st, 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,e main battle of Cold Harbor (June 3) Some historians, as Fox, treat Bethesda Church and Cold Harbor as separate engagemenualties to 215,—more than two-thirds of the whole number. Fox's Regimental Losses, p. 167. Compare Casualties of War in Arther regiment suffering heavily was the 58th Mass., of which Fox says that it moved against the works ... with a line whose s the compliments of both brigade and division commanders. Fox, p. 176. It lost 31 in killed and mortally wounded, includin<