I desire our Massachusetts troops to receive and have the first benefny, and turn over the stores to the senior Massachusetts officer in command.
He was to bring back , with his guns.
He was to offer to every Massachusetts command he fell in with to bring home any cess of your Administration, the people of Massachusetts are ready for the amplest and promptest obmost noble and highly cultivated men whom Massachusetts sent to the war, and who sacrificed his lihem until called for. God save the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Richard H. Dana, Jr., of Cambron.
General Cameron agreed to authorize Massachusetts to raise two regiments in addition to thatction of the Governor, offered such aid as Massachusetts could furnish to the pecuniary credit of to will know all that is done and sent from Massachusetts, and all that is wanted and received at Wan.
I had seen much of him while he was in Massachusetts, raising and organizing his regiment, and