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from the governor to appear forthwith at the State House in Boston, with my company for service. Holding it above my head, I shouted, Here it is, boys! Go down to Pike's stable and get a horse apiece, and notify every member of the company to be here at my office by daylight to-morrow morning. The company marched from its temporary quarters to Boston early in the morning of April 17, Captain Richardson writes: As we passed along, we received many tokens of regard from citizens. Dr. Estes Howe placed a one-hundred-dollar bill in my hand, to be used for the benefit of the company. One man gave me a dilapidated white kid glove, saying, The fingers will make the very best kind of cots, if you should get a wound in the finger. (Ms. letter.) and was there organized as a company of State militia belonging to the 5th Regiment, Col. S. C. Lawrence (a Middlesex County regiment), but temporarily to be assigned to the 3d Regiment (Col. D. W. Wardrop), which was mainly from Plymouth C