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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1: prelminary narrative 6 0 Browse Search
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Thos. W. Osborn, 1st New York Artillery, Chief of Artillery, Official War Records, 39, p 483 Good descriptions may also be found in Underwood's 33d Mass. and in Macnamara's Irish Ninth, p. 185. The battle of Chancellorsville is chiefly identified, in the public mind, with the humiliating surprise of May 2, though this was real Andrew had presented the national and State flags; and that of the 29th by New York regiments Mass. Adjutant-General's Reports (January, 1864), p. 313. Compare Macnamara's Irish Ninth, pp. 52, 68, 79, etc. As a rule, they showed the fighting characteristics of their race and sometimes the turbulent qualities. As for desertion, tre efficient when clubbed than in any other way. There were among them individual instances of cowardice, See, for instance, Bosson's 42d Mass. Vols., p. 241; Macnamara's Irish 9th, pp. 125, 213; Walker's 2d Army Corps, p. 229. The latter, after describing the utter and bewildered terror attributed, perhaps unjustly, to some of