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[273] with pretty full ranks. All six of the companies, from A to F inclusive, were commanded by their respective captains except F, which was under Lieutenant Tompkins. The captains commanding were Bossieux, Spence, Christian, Gasser, M. Jones and Lieutenant Tompkins. There were about 225 men in line, and an ambulance corps brought up the rear. The regiment band of twelve pieces, Mr. Voelker leader, headed the column, and Colonel Henry C. Jones, who was in command, had his full staff mounted.

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