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ach other through the crevices of the works; where dead bodies were piled three or four deep, the one upon the other, and where thick trees were actually cut down by the rain of bullets. For vivid descriptions of the battle, see Century War Book, IV, 174-178; Walker's 2d Army Corps, pp. 441-490; Army and Navy Journal, I, 629, 641. For reports not already mentioned by Massachusetts officers, see those of Colonel Edwards (Official War Records, 43, p. 672), General Miles (p. 370) and Capt. I. H. Sleeper (p. 516). Other officers killed at Spotsylvania, or in the various engagements which were a part of it, were Lieuts. Henry W. Nichols (7th Mass. Infantry), James O'Neil and Archibald Simpson (9th Mass.); Maj. D. F. Parker, Capt. J. H. Wetherell and Lieuts. E. B. Bartlett and A. E. Munyan (10th Mass.); Capt. J. S. Stoddard and Lieuts. E. J. Kidder and William Robinson (12th Mass.); Lieuts. C. W. Whitcomb (13th Mass.) and G. B. Simonds (15th Mass.) ; Capts. Benjamin Davis (22d Mass.