ard, holding the office of treasurer.
Captain John Hutchins was commissioned in 1859.
Some of thery with their own hands.
At the time of Capt. Hutchins' election in July, 1859, the Light Guard w three months campaign, the officers were: John Hutchins, captain; John G. Chambers, 1st lieutenantc, the Fifth maintained its formation, and Capt. Hutchins reports that fully three-fourths of his cond marched back to camp in regular order.
Capt. Hutchins' telegram, sent the next morning, allayed he men dropped on the sidewalk and slept.
Capt. Hutchins, Capt. Swan of Charlestown, and Capt. Lockhind when they left Arlington Heights, but Capt. Hutchins wrote, We have two towels and some soap, aeces of shelter tent.
January 1, 1864, Captain Hutchins was absent and sick, and Lieut. Hanson wa.
That is enough to tell his character.
Captain Hutchins said of him, The regiment . . . is the prt home through the personal supervision of Capt. Hutchins, who was called South to testify in the tr[9 more...]