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 officer, in whose custody they had been deposited. The procession was then formed, the veteran troops being represented as follows:— Cavalry Division (Brig.-Gen. E. A. Wild). 3d Cavalry, Col. D. P. Muzzey, 20 officers, 100 men. 5th Cavalry, Maj. C. F. Adams, Jr., 50 men. Frontier Cavalry, 40 men. Artillery Division (Brevet Maj.-Gen. Joseph Hayes). Heavy Artillery, Col. W. S. King:— 1st Heavy Artillery, Col. Nathaniel Shatswell, 100 men, six colors 2d Heavy Artillery, Col. A. B. R. Sprague, 12 officers, 40 men. 3d Heavy Artillery, Lieut.-Col. J. A. P. Allen, 20 officers, 50 men. 4th Heavy Artillery, Capt. A. E. Proctor, 7 officers, 15 men. Light Artillery, Brevet Col. A. P. Martin:— 1st Battery, Capt. W. H. McCartney. 3d Battery, Lieut. A. F. Walcott. 4th Battery, Capt. G. G. Trull. 5th Battery, Brevet Maj. C. A. Phillips, 40 men. 8th Battery, Capt. A. M. Cook, 20 men. 9th Battery, Capt. R. S. Milton, 20 men. 10th Battery, Lieut. G. M. Townsend, 25 men. 11th Battery, Capt. E. J. Jones, 35 men. 12th Battery, Lieut. J. M. Campbell, 30 men. 14th Battery, Capt. G. W. Sanborn, 30 men. Infantry Division (Brevet Maj.-Gen. George H. Gordon, assisted by Brig.-Gen. Robert Cowdin, Brevet Maj.-Gen. Charles J. Paine and Brevet Brig.-Gen. W. S. Tilton). 1st Infantry, Lieut.-Col. C. B. Baldwin, had three State flags and one city [flag], mustered 150 men, most of whom wore the badge of the 2d Division of the 3d Corps, and some of whom boasted of belonging to Hooker's old brigade in McClellan's army. Besides the colonel, there were Maj. Gardner Walker, Capt. C. M. Jordan, Capt. J. S. Clark, Capt. G. E. Henry, Capt. W. S. Johnston, Lieut. R. M. Maguire, Lieut. Frank Thomas.
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