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ight and left of the attack would be more easily handled. If we bag the Little Bethel men push on to Big Bethel and similarly bag them. Burn both the Bethels, or blow up if brick. To protect our rear, in case we take the field-pieces and the enemy should march his main body (if he has any) to recover them, it would be well to have a squad of competent artillerists, regular or other, to handle the captured guns on the retirement of our main body. Also, to spike them if retaken. Geo. Scott (colored guide) to have a shooting iron. Perhaps Duryea's men would be awkward with a new arm in a night or early dawn attack, where there will be little marksman duty to perform. Most of the work will be done with the bayonet, and they are already handy with the old ones. This private memorandum formed the basis of the official plan. To the white badge was added the watchword Boston. The two field-pieces which it was hoped would be captured are the same which you will find report