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hn L. Swift,C Captain Francis E. Boyd,H Lieutenant William T. Hodges,C Lieutenant Henry S. Adams (Adjutant) Lieutenant David P. Muzzey,G Lieutenant Charles W. C. Rhoades,H Sergeant-Major William S. Stevens Private Ferdinand Rolle,A Sergeant Nlation of several different lists, I have taken it in preference to that issued by the Forlorn Hope Association (Lieut.-Col. D. P. Muzzey of Cambridge, president) or that in Official War Records. Official War Records, XXVI (1), 57. It is to be). In the 2d battalion, the 7th company was commanded by Capt. Francis E. Boyd; and had for lieutenants, W. T. Hodges, D. P. Muzzey and C. W. C. Rhoades,—all four of the 3d Mass. Cavalry. Irwin does not include this list, which is issued on a sepaformed, the veteran troops being represented as follows:— Cavalry Division (Brig.-Gen. E. A. Wild). 3d Cavalry, Col. D. P. Muzzey, 20 officers, 100 men. 5th Cavalry, Maj. C. F. Adams, Jr., 50 men. Frontier Cavalry, 40 men. Artillery Div