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ade's somewhat belated pursuit of Lee, after Gettysburg, several Massachusetts regiments took part. At Auburn, Va. (Oct. 13, 1863), the 10th Mass. Battery (Capt. J. H. Sleeper) received the especial thanks of Major-General Birney (commanding 1st Division, 3d Corps) for their gallantry in repulsing the enemy's attack on the head of. (Col. N. B. McLaughlen); 16th Mass. (Lieut.-Col. Waldo Merriam); 2d Brigade, 11th Mass. (Col. William Blaisdell); Artillery Brigade, 10th Mass. Battery (Capt. J. Henry Sleeper). Fifth Army Corps (Warren). First Division.—2d Brigade, 9th Mass. Infantry (Col. P. R. Guiney); 22d Mass. (Col. W. S. Tilton) (with 2d Co. Sharpshoes Brown; Capt. Augustus Crocker; Lieut. and Brevet Maj. Linus B. Comins, Jr. Surgeon: Maj. Patrick A. O'Connell. Aids to Chief of Staff: Capt. and Brevet Maj. J. H. Sleeper; Capt. and Brevet Col. William L. Palmer; Capt. Joseph J. Baker. Brevet Col. Francis N. Clarke, Chief United States Mustering Officer. Staff of Unite