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cers: David L. Shepard, captain; Moses A. Richardson and Carlos A. Hart, lieutenants,—all of Foxborough. Company G, Light Infantry, Taunton. Officers: Timothy Gordon, captain; Zaccheus Sherman and Frederick A. Harrington, lieutenants,—all of Taunton. Company H, Hancock Light Guards, Quincy. Officers: Franklin Curtis, captain; Edward A. Spear and Benjamin F. Meservey, lieutenants,—all of Quincy. Company I, Lincoln Light Guards, Hingham. Officers: Luther Stephenson, Jr., captain; Charles Sprague and Nathaniel French, Jr., lieutenants,—all of Hingham. This company was named in honor of Major-General Benjamin Lincoln, of revolutionary renown. This regiment was ready to march on the 16th; but transportation could not be arranged until the next day. Its destination was Fortress Monroe. It left Faneuil Hall at three o'clock on the afternoon of the 17th, and marched to the State House, where it was addressed by Governor Andrew, who said,— It gives me unspeakable pleasur