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reene. Commissioned, later. Privates, Jno. Taylor, Wm. Humbey, Died since muster out. Jas. J. Muldoon, Died since muster out. Jas. Heywood, Taken prisoner. Cornelius Slattery, Died since muster out. Otis S. Neale, Received a warrant, later. Jno. Copeland, Discharged for disability. Jno. Carroll, Discharged for disability. Wm. Hanscom, Calvin Currier, Killed or died in hospital. Geo. Howe, Discharged for disability. Harry Marsh, Discharged for disability. Henry Carpenter, Died since muster out. Stephen Tucker, Discharged for disability. Died since muster out. Chas. Poore, Died since muster out.. A. Johnson, Wm. F. Ward, Henry R. Jenkins, Martin Barry, Discharged for disability. Jno. Kelly, Chas. G. Milliken, Killed or died in hospital. Benj. Brooks, Robt. G. Small, Robt. Macdonald, Taken prisoner. Died since muster out. Robt. Reade, Jas. S. Gordon, Edwin W. Pratt. Third section—centre. Lieut. Jacob Federhen, Commanding.
, and the manners and bearing of children in the same walk in life, as exemplified in their intercourse with their parents, as they came under our observation in Dixie, were in the highest degree creditable, alike to parental training and to filial tractability. As to the men in question, they were, for obvious reasons, less communicative than the girl in regard to their political sentiments. But they were no hypocrites. During this winter, we were called to mourn the loss of Comrade Carpenter, of Lowell, who was killed while on duty with his team. This was the first diminution that our ranks suffered. Before the army moved, however, Comrades Cook and Preston left us; the former was detailed for hospital service in Alexandria; the latter was discharged on account of disability resulting from protracted illness. We well remember the crisp, cold New Year's Eve of 1862; the band of the Jersey Blues near the seminary discoursed patriotic and sentimental music, until the