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light, sometimes with red trousers; four companies wore gray, with buff or yellow trimmings. Hanson's 6th Regiment, p. 20. Some companies had two lieutenants, some had four; some had learned the o. M., according to Captain Follansbee, but according to Mayor Brown of that city, at 11 A. M. Hanson's 6th Regiment, p. 40; Brown's Baltimore and the 19th of April, p. 44. This gentleman has alwaysd . . . though a box was received from Boston a short time after the regiment left Baltimore. Hanson's 6th Regiment, p. 48. Governor Andrew ordered the bodies brought tenderly. So lately as July 21 manly letter from Captain Dike may be found in Brown, p. 53, and one from Captain Follansbee in Hanson's 6th Mass., p. 40. The 6th Mass. was unquestionably the first Union regiment to reach Washiper, May 14, 1861, in Putnam's Records, I (Diary), 69. The historian of the 6th Regiment, Rev. J. W. Hanson, says nothing of any storm encountered on arriving at the city, but says that there was a