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heard Colonel Devens say afterwards, literally boiled with bullets, they had the glory of a severe engagement, if not of victory, about half of each regiment being killed, wounded or missing. Fifty per cent. (Report of Lieutenant Colonel Palfrey, Official War Records, V, 318.) Col. W. R. Lee of the 20th was captured, with the major and surgeon, four captains (three wounded), the adjutant and two other lieutenants. The major and surgeon were both grandsons of the revolutionary hero, Paul Revere. See their memoirs in Harvard Memorial Biographies, I, 124, 219. A captain and two lieutenants of the 20th were killed, one of the latter being young William Lowell Putnam, whose great grandfather, Judge Lowell, inserted the anti-slavery clause in the Bill of Rights of Massachusetts. Putnam, when the surgeon came to dress his wound in the hospital, said, Go to some one else; you cannot save me. The boy-lieutenant of the 15th, John William Grout of Worcester, barely eighteen and fresh