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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 0 Browse Search
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Doc. 180.-Second Regiment N. Y. S. M. The following are the officers:-- Col., S. W. B. Tompkins; Lieut.-Col., John H. Wilcox;. Major, J. J. Dimock; Adjutant, A. V. Rea; Special Aid, Capt. Joseph Byrne; Quartermaster, H. R. Foote; Assistant Quartermaster, Clinton Berry; Surgeon, Alfred Powell; Assistant Surgeon, George Ferguson; Commissary,------Coffin; Ordnance officer, John Armour; Paymaster, W. H. Newman: Captain of Engineers, E. H. Sage; Chaplain, W. H. Reynolds; Acting Chaplain, Alfred Stevens. The Company officers are:-- Company A--Captain Graham; 1st Lieut., Henry A. Maxwell; 2d Lieut., Julius Hart. Company B--Captain Reed; 1st Lieut., Thomas W. Baird; 2d Lieut., Richard Campbell. Company C--Captain Sted; 1st Lieut., John Bookhout; 2d Lieut.,------Robinson. Company D--Captain Kennedy; 1st Lieut., John Vaughan; 2d Lieut., not appointed. Company E--Captain Houston; 1st Lieut., Robert Burns; 2d Lieut., John Murray. Company F--Captain Brady; 1st Lieut., J. H
ith the steamer James Guy as accompanying tender, left their camp on the Eastern Branch and made directly for Alexandria by water. The Michigan Regiment, under Col. Wilcox, accompanied by a detachment of United States cavalry, and two pieces of Sherman's battery, under command of Lieut. Ransom, proceeded by way of the Long Bridge s taken of that part of Alexandria in the name of the United States, by the portion of the troops immediately commanded by Col. Ellsworth. Those commanded by Col. Wilcox, at about the same moment, as explained above, marched into the town by the extension of the Washington turnpike, the cavalry and artillery marching in two or tlexandria, and four pieces turning off to the right, Arlington way. At noon to-day Rickett's Light Artillery (six pieces) also went over the river from here. Col. Wilcox, of the Michigan Regiment, is now in command at Alexandria. The citizens of Alexandria appeared terrified. Many of the Union men shouted for joy at the succ