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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1: prelminary narrative 2 0 Browse Search
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encourage them, to which they responded with cheers. As a result, all that had been captured was recaptured, except the 1,429 prisoners whom Early had sent to the rear, these being balanced by some 1,200 taken by Sheridan, with twenty-four guns, fifty-six ambulance and many battle flags. The losses of the Massachusetts regiments were considerable, especially from the 26th, 30th, 34th and 38th Infantry and the 2d and 3d Cavalry. They included Lieuts. Lyman James of the 3d Cavalry, Albert L. Tilden of the 26th Infantry, and Geo. F. Whitcomb of the 30th; also Maj. W. F. Clark of the 30th. No loss, however, was so deeply felt as that of Col. Charles Russell Lowell, whose commission as brigadier-general had been signed that day. He commanded the reserve or regular brigade, which had held during the morning, dismounted, a stone wall from which it could not be displaced. Sheridan himself said of him: I do not think there was a quality which I could have added to Lowell. He was the p