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Historic leaves, volume 1, April, 1902 - January, 1903, Somerville Soldiers in the Rebellion. (search)
merly members of the militia, and all showed remarkable aptitude for the service. The physical examination was informal, and not by a physician. Zeal and patriotism were recognized as potent factors, and their outward manifestations were given full credence. The rule and gauge cannot be applied to the soul of a man. The regiment reported at Faneuil hall April 20 to partially complete equipment, and on Sunday morning, April 21, 1861, headed by resounding music, marched to the Boston & Albany station, and was soon en route for New York. I was in this campaign a tourist, with a musket, enjoying the rank and emoluments of a private. We embarked for the South on a steamer on the 22nd, were quartered mainly in the hold upon loose hay, among artillery caissons, and reached Washington via Annapolis about the 26th, and were quartered in the Treasury building until the last days of May. We participated honorably in the Bull Run campaign. The battle of that name, July 21, 1861, was hotl
III.—23, 25; IV.—27. Binney, Captain, Martin, Military Record of, I.—33 to 39. Birch Swamp, I.—22, 23. Bird, Lieutenant, I.—38. Bisland, Battle of, IV.—30. Black Horse Tavern, IV.—21. Bleachery, The, II.—24. Blessing of the Bay, The, IV.—9. Bloody Angle, I.—38. Bloody Brook Ambuscade. I.—21. Bolivar Heights, I.—35, 36. Bolles, John David, home of, III.—20. Bonner Family, The, I.—24. Boot, Kirk, IV.—16. Booth, Edward C., M. D., I.—21. Boston & Albany Station, IV.—23. Boston & Lowell R. R., II.—7, 30. Boston Common, II.—29. Boston Independent Fusileers, I.—33. Boston Light Infantry, I.—33. Boston, Siege of. I.—8, 23. Boston Street, III.—15, 17. Boston Tea Party, II.—28, 29. Bow Street, I.—24; III.—12, 13; IV.—30. Bowen, Sergeant, Nathan, II.—29. Bowman, Mrs. S. Z., II.—24. Brackenbury. William, III.—7. Brackett, Edward, I.—34, 35, 36; III.—23 to 25; I