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n and equipments were furnished them in Washington. (Bates, I, 7.) The whole number in the lists of the five companies as given by Bates is four hundred and eighty-two; but the vote of thanks passed by Congress, July 22, 1861, calls them the five hundred and thirty soldiers from Pennsylvania who passed through the mob of Baltimore. (Bates, I, pp. 7-12.) It is probable that the framer of this resolution mistakenly included in his count the regular troops from the 4th Artillery, under Lieutenant Pemberton, who to the number of forty or fifty accompanied the Pennsylvania men only as far as Fort McHenry. (Bates, I, 5.) The Philadelphia men reached Washington at 7 P. M., April 18, and the Logan Guards sent in its morning report to the Adjutant-General on the next day. On the same day (April 19) the 6th Mass. Infantry arrived at 9 P. M. Governor Andrew had sent to Washington, in advance of the 6th Mass. Infantry, Phineas S. Davis (afterwards killed, in 1864, as colonel of the 39th <