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ar Creek, Va. See his memoir in Harvard Memorial Biographies, I, 296. Another and an earlier instance was that of Dexter F. Parker of Worcester, a young mechanic of marked literary tastes, who had already at thirty years of age represented Worcestl, For the early use of Scott's tactics, see Comte de Paris, Civil War, I, 273; England's Evolution of a Life, p. 144; Parker's 32d Mass., pp. 12, 29. Hardee was used for rifles only. others the Hardee tactics, then a novelty, afterwards universalre down upon recruits with great severity. J. D. Billings, Hard-tack, etc., p. 202. Compare the graphic description in Parker's 32d Mass. Vols. of the derisive and unmannerly reception of a recruiting force by an old regiment (pp. 45, 46). The rege a part of it, were Lieuts. Henry W. Nichols (7th Mass. Infantry), James O'Neil and Archibald Simpson (9th Mass.); Maj. D. F. Parker, Capt. J. H. Wetherell and Lieuts. E. B. Bartlett and A. E. Munyan (10th Mass.); Capt. J. S. Stoddard and Lieuts. E