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W. H. Burbank; the 27th Mass. losing 32, including its major, William A. Walker, Capt. E. K. Wilcox, Lieuts. Frederick C. Wright, Samuel Morstion; mingling in just proportion impetuosity with sound judgment. Walker's 2d Corps, p. 512. and Lieut. James B. West. There fell also Capt mere handful, was captured almost entire, with its tattered flag. Walker, 2d Army Corps, p. 547. In this disaster Capt. Joseph W. Kimball, 1the 2d Corps so greatly enjoy riding Confederate cannon into camp. Walker, p. 563. At later periods of the fight the 19th and 20th Mass. and d have overcome. This unhappy day cost the Union army 4,000 men. (Walker's 2d Army Corps, pp. 567-568.) Maj. J. H. Powell, U. S. A., who wasnder him, being severely injured by the falling of one of these. Walker's 2d Corps, p. 573. Colonel Macy had also lost a hand at Gettysburgrding to the historian of the 2d Army Corps, unusually spirited; Walker, p. 623. Three years after his death Lieutenant Granger was brevett