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a first defeat formed the beginning of the war. The several detachments of infantry, with a section of regular artillery, in command of Lieutenant Greble, left Newport News rather late the night before the Big Bethel affair. Colonel Phelps, Major Stuart of the Engineers and the writer accompanied Lieutenant Greble, who had the left in the line of march for about three miles. During the walk back to camp Colonel Phelps stated that, in his opinion, the detachments coming from Camp Hamilton and Smith (28th Mass.); Col. C. E. Griswold (56th Mass.); Lieut.-Col. David Allen, Jr. (12th Mass.); Capts. J. W. McNamara, W. A. Phelan, Lieuts. C. B. Mc-Ginnisken and N. C. Flaherty (9th Mass.); A. W. Midgley and W. A. Ashley (10th Mass.); and Joseph Stuart (13th Mass.) were all killed or mortally wounded in the Battle of the Wilderness. Official War Records, 67, p. 134. For reports of Massachusetts officers on this battle, see, in the same volume, those of Col. Oliver Edwards (p. 672), Col.