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the best stimulus to the men of their command. To the corps commander, Major-General Foster, the regiment owes its gratitude for his many proofs of confidence and acts of kindness; for the ready knowledge, wise precaution, steady nerve, and the inspiring, cheerful pluck, which so largely contributed to the successful issue of its service at Washington, N. C., in April, 1863. Among the losses, none fell more heavily than when, in Washington, April 11, 1863, the well-beloved surgeon, Robert Ware, was followed to the grave. He was a victim to the very disease from which he had rescued so many of the helpless and dependent people who were dying about him. The Forty-fifth Regiment was in the Department of North Carolina. It arrived at Newbern Nov. 5, 1862. It was assigned to the brigade commanded by Colonel T. J. C. Amory, which was composed of the Twenty-third and Seventeenth Massachusetts Volunteers. The Forty-third and Fifty-first Massachusetts Volunteers were afterwards a