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Macy were successively put in his place. The 18th and 23d Mass. infantries were highly complimented at Fredericksburg by Major-General Martindale; In General Butterfield's report he says, Captain [L. N.] Tucker, 18th Mass. Volunteers, Acting A. D. C., was severely wounded in the arm while in the discharge of his duties, and deserves special mention for his services. (Official War Records, XXI, 402.) The 18th once pushed on, through eagerness, in advance of the line. (P. 409.) and General Hartsuff said that he had commanded more than fifty regiments and had never found a better than the 13th Mass. Infantry (Col. S. H. Leonard). This last was peculiarly a militia regiment in its material, and Governor Andrew had said of it: The 13th could furnish officers for a whole regiment, outside of itself, and be no more weakened than is a bird by laying its eggs. In the words of Gen. Edward Ferrero, commanding brigade: The 21st Mass. Volunteers (Colonel Clark) . . . acted with the stead