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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding) 22 0 Browse Search
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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2 9 1 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 9 1 Browse Search
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Awake Club. Its officers were James P. Richardson, captain; Samuel E. Chamberlain and Edwin F. Richardson, lieutenants,—all of whom belonged to that part of the city of Cambridge known as Cambridgeport. Company G, the Assonet Light Infantry, Freetown. John W. Marble, captain; Humphrey A. Francis and John M. Dean, lieutenants,—all of Freetown. Company H, Samoset Guards, Plympton. Lucian L. Perkins, of Plympton, captain; Oscar E. Washburn, of Plympton, and Southworth Loring, of MiddleborouFreetown. Company H, Samoset Guards, Plympton. Lucian L. Perkins, of Plympton, captain; Oscar E. Washburn, of Plympton, and Southworth Loring, of Middleborough, lieutenants. Company K, Bay State Light Infantry, Carver. William S. McFarlin, of South Carver, captain; John Dunham, of North Carver, and Francis L. Porter, of New Bedford, lieutenants. Company L, New Bedford City Guards. Timothy Ingraham, captain; and James Barton and Austin S. Cushman, lieutenants,—all of New Bedford. This company left New-Bedford early on the morning of the 16th. Its departure was witnessed by thousands of citizens. Addresses were made by ex-Governor John H. <
r three years, and were sent by detachments to Fortress Monroe, while the Third and Fourth three months regiments were still there: on the return of the three months regiments, these seven companies remained at the fortress, and were formed into a battalion, under the command of Captain Joseph H. Barnes. Permission was given by the Secretary of War to recruit the battalion to a regiment, by the addition of three new companies. The field officers of the regiment were Ebenezer W. Peirce, of Freetown, colonel; Joseph H. Barnes, of Boston, lieutenant-colonel; and Charles Chipman, of Sandwich, major. Colonel Peirce, on the breaking-out of the war, was brigadier-general of the Second Brigade, First Division, Massachusetts Militia, and succeeded General B. F. Butler, after his promotion to major-general of volunteers, to the command of the Massachusetts three months men at Fortress Monroe. General Peirce had command of the expedition against Big Bethel, in May, 1861. On the return of the