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d nobly, marching up steadily, and finely maintaining their line and position without flinching. Official War Records, XVIII, 87. The reports of all the Massachusetts commanders will be found in this volume. A medal of honor was forwarded to Sergt. Andrew S. Bryant, Co. A, 46th Mass. The only regiment which incurred any considerable loss at Kinston December 14 was the 45th, or Cadet Regiment (Col. C. R. Codman), and it again distinguished itself at Whitehall. The color-bearer, Sergt. Theodore Parkman, being shot down, Colonel Codman himself seized the colors, and advancing about ten feet before the regiment, which was then lying down, he lay down beside the colors. It is worthy of remembrance that the corps of Cadets in Boston, whose number is limited to one hundred and ten, sent out, first and last, one hundred and twenty commissioned officers to the war, and had at one time so depleted itself that only six active members remained on its rolls. The 23d and 45th also met with