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William Krager. Company E, 77 men: Capt., Rud Anselm; 1st Lieut., Oscar Van Herringen; 2d Lieut., Fred. Mosebach. Company F, 77 men: Capt., Louis Hochheim; 1st. Lieut., Gustav Von Branssen; 2d Lieut., C. Von Hohenhausen. Company G, 77 men: Capt., Sixtus Kapp; 1st Lieut., Wm. Dietz; 2d Lieut., Emil Edler. Company H, 77 men: Capt., Jacob Schoenleber; 1st Lieut., Augustus Feilon; 2d Lieut., Theo. Glaubensklee. Company I, 77 men: Capt., Charles Bethon; 1st Lieut., Theo. Schaedle; 2d Lieut., Joseph Allen. Company K., 77 men: Capt., Edward Wratislaw; 1st Lieut., Louis Wiederhold; 2d Lieut., Julius de Boeshe. This regiment is composed of German riflemen. Previous to their departure they were presented with a stand of colors by Judge Daly of New York, who, at the presentation, delivered the following speech: Colonel Bendix: The flags which I have the honor, to offer for the acceptance of your regiment are the gifts of women, members of some of our oldest families, whose ancestors
r review, with heads uncovered. The officers were called to the front, and the following letter was read to them: Col. Allen, First Regiment N. Y.Volunteers: In the conviction that the regiment in your command, will prove worthy of the great c E. 15th street. Eleanor F. Strong 38 E. 22d street. Ella Coles, 298 Fifth avenue. Mary Benkard, 96 Fifth avenue. Colonel Allen replied with some difficulty, as he was suffering from a severe cold. The officers then entered a room in the Astor House, where the ladies were, and Dr. Mott said: Col. Allen and officers of the First Regiment:--The ladies present, are those who have attached their names to the letter read to you, offering their services to contribute whatever is necessary t, return our sincere and most grateful thanks. The following impromptu lines, by E. T. P. Beach, were presented to Col. Allen: Hail to our banner! Hail to the Banner that waveth in glory! Hail to the Flag of our dear cherished land! Hail to th