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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 smaller storming party of the first attack, who fought or fell with the brave O'Brien. At La Fourche Crossing (June 21, 1863) Lieut.-Col. Albert Stickney (47th Mass.), whom Irwin terms a very intelligent and spirited young officer, and who had been for these qualities put in command of the district, met and defeated a Confederate attack with a small force made up of the troops of seven different States, including fragments of the 26th and 42d Mass. Infantry. In the battle of Franklin, during the siege of Vicksburg (July 9, 1863), the 29th, 35th and 36th Mass. were engaged, the 35th making a dash into the town and planting its flag