er appeared to have any premonition of their fate.
It was different with Colonel Shaw, who again expressed to Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell his apprehension of speedy death.
Running up Folly River, the steamer arrived at Pawnee Landing, where, at n the beach a short distance in the advance of the Beacon house. Col. R. G. Shaw commanded the right wing, and Lieut.-Col. E. N. Hallowell the left.
In this formation, as the dusk of evening came on, the regiment advanced at quick time, leading t.
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The following is the list of casualties:—
Col. R. G. Shaw killed
Lieut.-Col. E. N. Hallowell wounded
Adjt. G. W. James wounded
Capt. S. Willard wounded
Capt. C. J. Russel missing, supposed to be killelled 9
I have the honor to be, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant, E. N. Hallowell, Colonel Commanding Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteers.
Lieutenant Howard, in falling back from the fort, wit