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Knight's Mechanical Encyclopedia (ed. Knight) 10 0 Browse Search
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 1 4 0 Browse Search
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eached at six o'clock that evening, and first received positive information concerning the attack made upon the Sixth in Baltimore that day. The field and staff officers of the Fifth Regiment were, Samuel C. Lawrence, of Medford, colonel; J. Durell Greene, of Cambridge, lieutenant-colonel; Hamlin W. Keyes, of Boston, major; Thomas O. Barri, of Cambridge, adjutant; Joseph E. Billings, of Boston, quartermaster; G. Foster Hodges, of Roxbury, paymaster; Samuel H. Hurd, of Charlestown, surgeon; H of East Bridgewater, surgeon's mate; Benjamin F. De Costa, of Charlestown, chaplain; Henry A. Quincy, of Charlestown, sergeant-major; Charles Foster, of Charlestown, drum-major. Several changes occurred while the regiment was in service. Colonel Greene, Major Keyes, and Adjutant Barri were appointed officers in the regular army. To fill these vacancies, Captain Pierson was elected lieutenant-colonel; Captain John T. Boyd, major; and Lieutenant John G. Chambers was appointed adjutant. The