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el Monroe asked to be relieved from command and Lieut.-Col. Edward W. Hincks was promoted to his place. Governor Andrew once said publicly that Colonel (afterwards major-general) Hincks was the first man to offer him his individual services for the of beginning near the foot of the ladder. Such men were Hincks, Devens, Lowell, Bartlett, Miles. With these and such as ch the wisest of them soon outgrew. Generals Devens and Hincks, two of the most distinguished of the Massachusetts officeP. T. Wyman), the 18th (Col. James Barnes), the 19th (Col. E. W. Hincks), the 20th (Col. W. R. Lee), and the 22d (Col. J. A. give up the colors he bore. Colonel (afterwards general) Hincks was for the second time severely wounded, the first time hassachusetts; and so was, at least by residence, Maj.-Gen. Edward W. Hincks, who commanded colored troops more efficiently, mediate direction of Maj.-Gen. Edward W. Hinks (afterwards Hincks), chief of staff, under the following order— Cerem