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commanding, regiments from 1 to 20 inclusive. Second division, Brig. and Brevet Maj.-Gen. Charles J. Paine commanding, regiments from 21 to 40 inclusive. Third division, Col. and Brevet Brig.-Gen. William S. Tilton commanding, regiments from 41 to 61 inclusive. Route of march: From the Common to Tremont Street, to Hanover, to Blackstone, to Clinton, to Commercial, to State, to Washington, to Essex, to Harrison Avenue, to Dover, to Washington, to Union Park, to Tremont, to Pleasant, to Boylston, to Arlington, to Beacon, to the Common. On the return of the column to the front of the State House the colors will be delivered to His Excellency Governor Andrew by Major-General Couch and Col. F. N. Clarke. By command of Major-General Couch. Edward W. Hinks, Chief of Staff. On the day appointed the flags of the regiments were first formally handed over by Brevet Col. Francis N. Clarke, United States mustering officer, in whose custody they had been deposited. The procession