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[473] during the war, and who were as truly enlisted in their country's service as any here recorded, though they wore no uniform and were mustered on no official rolls. The list might well have included, for instance, State military agents, like Francis Morgan Rotch (H. U. 1841),—Coast Survey employees, like Nathaniel Russell (H. U. 1858),—and teachers among the freedmen, like William Ware Hall (H. U. 1853, and Samuel Dunn Phillips (H. U. 1861). The objection was not so much that such additions would have further swelled the volumes, as that they would have substituted an indefinite for a definite line, and it would have been hard to know where to stop. The lives and deaths of such as these, though as yet unrecorded, are not forgotten.

T. W. H.

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