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Colonel Jones of the 6th Regiment (at Lowell), Colonel Packard of the 4th (at Quincy), Colonel Wardrop of the 3d (at New Bedford) and Colonel Munroe of the 8th (at Lynn), requiring them to muster their commands on Boston Common forthwith. The question which militia company arrived first in Boston is not wholly easy to settle. days great aid was given in the care of the Massachusetts regiments by a soldiers' agency, established at Washington under the auspices of Col. Gardner W. Tufts of Lynn, this being first instituted on the arrival of the 6th Regiment with its wounded, April 19, 1861, and afterwards expanding until it included not merely the oversigur colors. 7th Infantry, a Bristol County regiment, 40 men, carrying two colors; was commanded by Maj. J. B. Leonard. 8th Infantry, Col. B. F. Peach, Jr., of Lynn, 60 men, two colors. 9th Infantry, Col. P. R. Guiney, 30 men. 10th Infantry, Lieut.-Col. J. B. Parsons, 10 officers, 20 men, two flags. 11th Infantry, Lie