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the assault. The head of the column being formed, while the troops were waiting Colonel Shaw walked back to Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell and said, I shall go in advance with the national flag. You will keep the State flag with you; it will give tome interesting answers to questions as to the military qualities of colored troops may be found on p. 328. of Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell, who was left in command, though himself very severely wounded; the latter soldier (Wilson), when shot througharmy. Emilio, p. 167. He also says (p. 163): Adjutant Howard relates that as he was riding over the field beside Colonel Hallowell, General Seymour rode up to that officer and told him, in substance, that the day was lost and that everything depe. Wood, two colors. 53d Infantry, Col. T. D. Kimball, 12 officers, 20 men, two colors. 54th Infantry, Brevet Brig.-Gen. E. N. Hallowell, 8 officers, 51 men, two colors. 55th Infantry, 16 officers, 25 men, two colors. 56th Infantry, 60 me