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ly three Massachusetts men fell at Baltimore. Thirty-six were wounded, including Captain Dike of Stoneham, who was severely wounded in the thigh, was taken in and secreted in a hotel and was supposed to have been killed, and Lieutenants Lynde and Rowe, all of Co. L. The band was sent back to Boston and the unarmed Pennsylvania force to Philadelphia. Twelve of the Baltimore men were killed. War was fairly inaugurated by the shedding of blood, a thing which had not occurred during the contest ing, being the only persons killed (April 29-30). Lieut. A. E. Phillips, 1st Mass. Cavalry, was mortally wounded at Rapidan Station (May 1). There fell also at Chancellorsville Lieut. Gerald Fitzgerald (2d), John Munn and John S. Harris (11th), Hiram Rowe and Samuel Savage (16th). To these should be added Col. William 0. Stevens, a Massachusetts man, commanding the 70th New York Infantry, described by General Revere, his brigade commander, as a truly splendid officer and magnificently brave.