ggage, and forty horses furnished by the State.
They are men accustomed to muscular pursuits, and are of fine size for hard service.
The following is the list of the officers:
Colonel, Oliver O. Howard; Lieutenant-Colonel, I. M. Tucker; Major, H. G. Staples; Adjutant, Edward Burt; Assistant Surgeon, Dr. J. Palmer; Chaplain, Rev. Dr. Church; Quartermaster, W. D. Haley; Quartermaster-Sergeant John S. Smith; Hospital Steward, F. H. Getchell; Sergeant-Major, James H. Plasted. Co. A--Captain, Reuben Sawyer; First Lieutenant, John Wiggin.
Co. B--Captain, E. A. Batchelder; First Lieutenant, Albert B. Hall; Second Lieutenant, Edward Bird. Co. C--Captain, William Jarvis; First Lieutenant, James Colson; Second Lieutenant, George Andrew. Co. D--Captain, Charles L. Sampson; First Lieutenant, William H. Watson; Second Lieutenant, Warran H. Madison. Co. E--Captain, David Nash; First Lieutenant, John W. Sanborn; Second Lieutenant, Gorham Johnson.
Co. F--Captain, Eldridge G. Savage; First Lieut