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anies, each with captain and lieutenants and about fifty men. The senior and junior majors of the 1st battalion were Massachusetts officers, Capts. E. P. Hollister and S. D. Hovey (both of 31st Mass. Infantry). The commander of the 6th company, 1st battalion, was Lieut. L. C. Howell, adjutant of the 31st Mass. Infantry; while the 10th company was commanded by Capt. E. A. Fiske (30th Mass. Infantry), and had three Massachusetts lieutenants, N. K. Reed and T. B. Johnston (30th Mass.), with James Stewart (31st Mass.). In the 2d battalion, the 7th company was commanded by Capt. Francis E. Boyd; and had for lieutenants, W. T. Hodges, D. P. Muzzey and C. W. C. Rhoades,—all four of the 3d Mass. Cavalry. Irwin does not include this list, which is issued on a separate sheet by the Forlorn Hope Association. All these, though not actually called into service, are as much entitled to honor as if they had been; and it is to be deeply regretted that we have not an equally complete list of the sm