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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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A. Peloubet; First Lieutenant, Albert G. Bates; Second Lieutenant, Edward Luther, jr.; Ensign, John L. Bushee. Company H--Captain, Charles W. H. Day; First Lieutenant, Joseph Brooks, jr.; Second Lieutenant, Earl C. Harris; Ensign, A. A. Ellis. Company J--Captain, Henry C. Card; First Lieutenant, Wm. H. Chapman; Second Lieutenant, James Babcock ; Ensign, J. Clark Barber. Company K--Captain, Peter Simpson; First Lieutenant, Thomas Steere; Second Lieutenant, John A. Allen; Ensign, George H. Grant. Battery of Light Artillery--Captain, Charles H. Tompkins ; First Lieutenant, Wm. H. Reynolds; Second Lieutenant, Benj. F. Remington, jr.; Third Lieutenant, Augustus M. Tower; Fourth Lieutenant, Henry B. Brastow; Surgeon, Nathaniel Miller. (This battery is now at Easton, Pa.) Medical Staff--Surgeon Wheaton and Asst. Surgeons Rivers and Carr. Chaplain — Augustus Woodbury. The Regimental Band contains 22 musicians. The uniform of the Regiment consists of the regulation hat,
bor of Charleston settled, and that is, that there never can be a compromise. (Loud applause.) We Abolitionists have doubted whether this Union really meant Justice and Liberty. We have doubted the honest intention of nineteen millions of people. They have said, in answer to our criticism,--We believe that the Fathers meant to establish justice. We believe that there are hidden in the armory of the Constitution weapons strong enough to secure it. We are willing yet to try the experiment, Grant us time. We have doubted, derided the pretence, as we supposed. During these long and weary weeks, we have waited to hear the Northern conscience assert its purpose. It comes at last. (An impressive pause.) Massachusetts blood has consecrated the pavements of Baltimore, and those stones are now too sacred to be trodden by slaves. (Loud cheers.) You and I owe it to those young martyrs, you and I owe it, that their blood shall be the seed of no mere empty triumph, but that the negro s