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, assigned to regiments in the field and forwarded to their several destinations. (Schouler's Massachusetts in the Civil War, I, 336.) Generals Halleck, Burnside, Reno, Parke, Cullom and Sedgwick have all made most earnest inquiries concerning the success of the recruiting in Massachusetts, and expressed the greatest satisfaction looked for. His force, which embarked at Annapolis on Jan. 5, 1862, included five Massachusetts regiments; the 21st (Lieutenant-Colonel Maggi), brigaded under General Reno, and the following, brigaded under General Foster: the 23d (Colonel Kurtz), the 24th or New England Guards Regiment (Col. T. G. Stevenson), the 25th (Colonel Uosses; the 21st especially distinguishing itself by a brilliant charge, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Maggi, driving the Confederates from the fort. General Reno wrote: The honor of entering the fort is divided between the 21st Mass. and the 51st New York, but all charged gallantly. This early success caused great enth