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, after being, like the 6th, warmly received in New York, it being the second regiment that had marched through that city in advance of all others, while two other regiments were on the sea for Fortress Monroe. Schouler, I, 77. In addition, on April 19, Col. S. C. Lawrence of the 5th M. V. M. was ordered to report for duty, and five companies of the 7th M. V. M. were added to his command (B, E, F, G, H), one of which, however (E), was disbanded for insubordination, and a new company (Captain Wardwell) substituted. Maj. A. F. Cook's company of light artillery was also attached to Colonel Lawrence's command. The 3d Battalion of Rifles of Worcester, Major (afterwards general) Devens, received its orders on April 20, and was in line on the afternoon of that day; and was joined later (May 1) by Capt. Albert Dodd's company from Boston. This completed the list of the three months volunteers, whose statistics were as follows:— Statistics of the Three Months Volunteers. Commissione