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milio's 54th Mass., p. 95. A good deal of just indignation was created after this event, by a report, widely disseminated, that an order had been given by General Hagood, in command at Fort Wagner, in respect to Colonel Shaw's body, to bury him with his niggers. In conversing with General Hagood ten years after the writer wasGeneral Hagood ten years after the writer was expressly assured by him that no such order was given by him and that no such conversation took place, and I was entirely convinced that there had been some misunderstanding on the part of Assistant Surgeon John T. Luck, U. S. N., by whom the charge was originally made in the Army and Navy Journal. Army and Navy Journal, III, p. 71. A letter to me on the same point from General Hagood will be found in Emilio's History of the 54th Mass., Emilio, p. 100. where the whole affair is discussed. I still retain my original opinion of the matter. The 24th Mass. Infantry (Colonel Osborne) formed an important part of the besieging force which subsequently