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Mass. Infantry, Capt. H. G. O. Weymouth; 20th Mass. Infantry, Capt. G. N. Macy. Ninth Army Corps. First Division.—2d Brigade, 29th Massrigade, 19th Mass., Lieut.-Col. A. F. Devereux; 20th Mass., Lieut.-Col. G. N. Macy; 1st Mass. Sharpshooters, Capt. Wm. Plumer. Third Army C the attacking brigade was led in the most gallant manner by Col. George N. Macy of the 20th Mass., who had returned that day from his Wildered by the falling of one of these. Walker's 2d Corps, p. 573. Colonel Macy had also lost a hand at Gettysburg. General Barlow says in his re, however, to commend the great gallantry and good behavior of Colonel Macy.... He did everything that a brave man and a soldier could do. ding company received high praise from Capt. (afterwards general) G. N. Macy, whose good opinion was certainly of value, and who wrote (June 1ds to General commanding: Col. A. F. Devereux, Col and Brevet Maj.-Gen. George N. Macy; Lieut-Col. Giles A. Rich; Maj. John B. Burt; Maj. Jam