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hapman, Chas. P. Kirkland, Jno. Dimon, Samuel Hotaling, Richard Warren, George Jones, Geo. T. Olyphant, B. Cornell, Jas. W. Unwest side of Union Square, the meeting was called to order by Mr. Richard Warren, who nominated Mr. Wm. F. Havemeyer as Chairman of the meetints was read and adopted. The resolutions were then read by Mr. Richard Warren, and were adopted by a unanimous vote. During these proceediof Fort Sumter, arrived on the platform. They were introduced by Mr. Warren, and were received with vociferous cheers. These gentlemen, as ahree other cheers for the gentleman when he left.] Speech of Richard Warren. He was a Minute Man, said Mr. Warren, and having been calleMr. Warren, and having been called to say a few words to the Germans, he would give them his welcome and fellowship. He asked them to stand by this country, this new country traitors have to tremble when the freemen of the country speak. Mr. Warren wound up with a eulogy on Major Anderson and his brave men, and h
ass six-pounder, were pushed some thirty rods up the road. At this point Lieut.-Col. Warren rode into the field and assumed his position in the regiment, and, from h. Winslow, Bartlett, and Kilpatrick having been ordered to advance, under Lieut.-Col. Warren, as skirmishers, the regiment was formed on the left, from whence I led t the preparations for charging the batteries in flank. In the mean time, Lieut.-Col. Warren made a reconnoissance and reported a plan of attack. I then led off thkilled and wounded, such as we could find, proceeded down the main road. Lieut.-Col. Warren, however, with a small detachment, remained and brought away the body of d, and two missing. The following names deserve an honorable mention:--Lieut.-Col. Warren, for his aid in forming the plan of attack, and remaining among the last eavy that we were compelled to halt, and there we remained as directed by Lieut.-Col. Warren, till that gallant officer had made dispositions to turn their flanks. T