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 29th Infantry, Lieut.-Col. C. D. Browne, 100 men, four colors. 30th Infantry, Lieut.-Col. H. O. Whittemore, 30 men, three colors. The regiment is still in the field. 31st Infantry, Maj. L. F. Rice, 2 officers, 8 men, five colors. 32d Infantry, Col. J. A. Cunningham, 200 men, three colors. 33d Infantry, Lieut.-Col. A. W. Tebbetts, 80 men, six colors. 34th Infantry, Col. W. S. Lincoln, 36 men, two colors, 35th Infantry, Lieut.-Col. J. W. Hudson, 150 men, four colors. 36th Infantry, Col. T. L. Barker, 50 men, four colors. 37th Infantry, Quartermaster-Sergeant Sears, 3 men, each with a color. 38th Infantry, Lieut.-Col. J. P. Richardson, 50 men, four colors. 39th Infantry, Col. C. L. Peirson, 100 men, four colors. 40th Infantry, Maj. J. L. Elder, 100 men, two colors. 42d Infantry, Col. I. S. Burrill, 90 men, two colors. 43d Infantry, Col. C. L. Holbrook, 11 officers, 75 men, two colors. 44th Infantry, Col. Francis L. Lee, 50 men, two colors. 45th Infantry, Col. C. R. Codman, 70 men, two colors. 46th Infantry, Col. W. S. Shurtleff, 50 men, two colors. 47th Infantry, Col. L. B. Marsh, 16 officers, 65 men, two colors. 48th Infantry, Sergeant Wait, two colors. 49th Infantry, Capt. Johns, 3 men, two colors. 51st Infantry, Capt. E. A. Wood, two colors. 53d Infantry, Col. T. D. Kimball, 12 officers, 20 men, two colors. 54th Infantry, Brevet Brig.-Gen. E. N. Hallowell, 8 officers, 51 men, two colors. 55th Infantry, 16 officers, 25 men, two colors. 56th Infantry, 60 men, three colors. 57th and 59th Infantries consolidated, Lieut.-Col. J. M. Tucker, 10 officers, 50 men, two colors. 58th Infantry, Lieut.-Col. E. S. Horton, 30 men, two colors. 60th Infantry, Col. A. D. Wass, two colors. 61st Infantry, Col. E. W. Stone, 60 men, two colors. Gilmore's band preceded the infantry corps.1
1 The names and facts in this list are taken from the Massachusetts Adjutant-General's Report (January, 1866), pp. 83-85. The rank attributed to officers is in some cases that of a State commission issued, to which the officer was never actually mustered. There was no Captain Johns in the 49th Infantry, but the officer named is probably Brevet Capt. H. T. Johns of the 61st, who was originally a member of the 49th, and may have marched with it on this day.
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