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ds the governor's military secretary, was sent to the governors of Maine and New Hampshire; Colonel Wardrop, commander of the 3d Mass. Volunteer Militia, was sent to Vermont, and others to Rhode Islaence (a Middlesex County regiment), but temporarily to be assigned to the 3d Regiment (Col. D. W. Wardrop), which was mainly from Plymouth County. Adjutant-General's report, January, 1862, pp. 9, to 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 musteMonroe. The 6th (Colonel Jones) left for Washington by rail, but at a later hour. The 3d (Colonel Wardrop) was embarked on the steamer Spalding for Fortress Monroe, but remained in the harbor till nished for the New York Mozart Regiment and some 600 men of the 99th New York (recruited by Colonel Wardrop, formerly of the 3d Mass.), who did not form a part of the Massachusetts quota. Every colo