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e; Lieutenant Mudge, the adjutant, being among the former, and Colonel Underwood among the latter, his thigh being so shattered that amputation became necessary. Falling back for a short time, the regiment was re-formed and renewed the charge, carrying the fort, with the aid of the 73d Ohio, and capturing a hundred prisoners, with many small arms. Besides the adjutant, Lieut. W. P. Mudge, the list of killed or mortally wounded included Lieuts. Joseph P. Burrage of Cambridge, James Hill of Danvers and Oswego Jones of Fall River, with 32 enlisted men. More than 60 were wounded. No less an authority than General Thomas says, in congratulating General Hooker, The bayonet charge of Howard's troops, made up the side of a steep and difficult hill over two hundred feet high, completely routing the enemy from his barricades on top ... will rank among the most distinguished feats of arms of this war. Official War Records, 54, p. 68. For a spirited report by Lieutenant-Colonel Ryder, see p