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orced by Colonel Ellet and his rams. The eight Confederate boats had from two to four guns each, and the five Union boats from thirteen to eighteen guns each. Greene's Mississippi (Campaigns of the Civil War), p. 15. An hour's fight decided the fate of Memphis, which was surrendered to Davis without delay. His summons for itsll be found on pp. 71, 842, 853, 980; also in the preceding volume, 43, pp. 547-550, 607, 659, 673, 688, 884, 886, 1043. There is one also (p. 650) from Lieut.-Col. J. D. Greene, 17th U. S. Infantry, an officer of Massachusetts birth. Xxii. The Army of the Cumberland. The only Massachusetts troops forming part of the Armyre the only distinctively Irish-American regiments. Of heavy artillery regiments, losing each 200 killed or died of wounds, there were nine, the 1st Mass. (Colonel Greene) ranking fifth among these, with a loss of 241. Nine cavalry regiments had the same record, neither of which was from Massachusetts, although the 1st Cavalry