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ter so many as a full brigade of four regiments should. Palfrey, Bartlett, p. 117. Yet the man who made this modest remark Paris, Civil War in America (translation), I, 417, and in Palfrey's Bartlett, 17. On the folly of Ball's Bluff, see Gordon' wounded or missing. Fifty per cent. (Report of Lieutenant Colonel Palfrey, Official War Records, V, 318.) Col. W. R. Lfield. As to the constant applications for brevets, see Palfrey's Bartlett, p. 157; Comte de Paris (translation), I, 22. as was afterwards stated by his friend and biographer, General Palfrey. Palfrey's Bartlett, 83. After he was wounded, Maj.Palfrey's Bartlett, 83. After he was wounded, Maj. Charles T. Plunkett took command of the regiment, and being a man of uncommon height, he too offered a good mark for the ene ill-health after the contest at Fredericksburg, and Col. F. W. Palfrey and Colonel Macy were successively put in his place. the color bearers were one-armed. 20th Infantry, Col. F. W. Palfrey, 9 officers, 50 men, two colors. 21st Infantry, 2