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ew York City, who called a meeting at the Mercer House, for a similar purpose, Jan. 11, 1861. (Townsend's Honors of the Empire State in the War of the Rebellion, p. 89.) and as forming the precursor ard the firing, must get his regiment ready to move. At early dawn two of the detachments met. Townsend's 3d and Bendix's 7th New York Volunteers fired into each other, and all the bad results anticiprivates were killed or wounded, as were also twenty-three out of the twenty-seven officers. Townsend's Honors of the Empire State, p. 317. Phisterer, in his New York in the War of the Rebellion, p wounded, Adjutant General's Report, January, 1865, p 780. including Lieuts. H. J. Parker of Townsend and E. L. Bumpus of Braintree. At Cassville, Ga., both regiments were engaged (May 19-22), wit, Capt. A. M. Cook, 20 men. 9th Battery, Capt. R. S. Milton, 20 men. 10th Battery, Lieut. G. M. Townsend, 25 men. 11th Battery, Capt. E. J. Jones, 35 men. 12th Battery, Lieut. J. M. Campb