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rs, —all the arms I could get hold of at the time.
They were raw and undisciplined men, and not fit to cope with those brought against them, —about one hundred and fifty men, fully armed, and commanded by the redoubtable rebel, J. R. Trimble.
Such was the condition of affairs along the line of that road when the Sixth Regiment reached Philadelphia, on the 18th of April.
I now proceed with the narrative.
The Third and Fourth Regiments were composed of companies belonging to towns in Norfolk, Plymouth, and Bristol Counties.
The Sixth and Eighth were almost exclusively from Middlesex and Essex Counties.
The field-officers of the Third were David W. Wardrop, of New Bedford, colonel; Charles Raymond, of Plymouth, lieutenant-colonel; John H. Jennings, of New Bedford, major; Austin S. Cushman, of New Bedford, adjutant; Edward D. Allen, Fairhaven, quartermaster; Alexander R. Holmes, of New Bedford, surgeon; Johnson Clark, of New Bedford, assistant-surgeon; Alberti C. Maggi, of New