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ficial War Records, XXI, 282.) Compare Walker's 2d Army Corps, p. 150. Among these was Chaplain Arthur B. Fuller of the 16th Mass. Infantry, whose resignation as chaplain had been accepted, and who hain, I must do something for my country. See his memoirs by his brother under the title Chaplain Fuller (Boston, 1863); also one in Harvard Memorial Biographies (1st ed.), I, 79. This incident was, perhaps, unique in the war in view of all the circumstances. Mr. Fuller had just been cautioned that he would be exposed to especial danger, as still wearing the uniform of a staff officer, and th subject to exchange if captured; nor would his family receive a pension were he killed. Chaplain Fuller, p. 301. It is a curious illustration of the uncertainties of earthly fame that since Mr. FMr. Fuller was killed, technically, as a civilian, his name does not appear in the large volume of official records devoted to Fredericksburg. On the following day the Union forces crossed the river, th