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ch the Massachusetts troops were engaged in 1861. The commanding officer, Gen. C. P. Stone, under whose orders My telegram did not contemplate the making an attack upon the enemy or the crossing of the river in force by any portion of General Stone's command. (Report of General G. B. McClellan, Official War Records, V, 290.) It is probable, on the other hand, that General Stone believed himself to be carrying out General McClellan's intentions, nor did he ever forfeit that general's confi, pp. 456, 468. Capt. Moses W. Gatchell (15th Mass.) was also killed. Major-General Stone, in his official report, pays the highest tribute to the behavior of Colbest officers to return fugitive slaves, under the wish and even orders of Gen. C. P. Stone. It is needless to say that the German companies were by no means on the hands, that some chafing grew out of this fact. It even appears that when General Stone was finally arrested for treason and imprisoned, one of the German compani