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Chapter 24: the winter camp at Falmouth. The men of the army were much depressed over the result of the battle of Fredericksburg, but rest, better rations and the coming of the paymaster soon put them in a good frame of mind. Lieut. Col. Devereux returned to the command of the regiment during January and Capt. Henry A. Ha
g duty on Jan. 24. First Lieut. Samuel S. Prime, worn out by the fatiguing campaigns, resigned on Jan. 21 and received an honorable discharge.
For the camp at Falmouth, a place was chosen a short distance from the village, in a crescent shaped indentation in the hills which protected it from the northerly and westerly winds and th Massachusetts, I love you. You have done nobly.
God bless you. Go on and continue to do as you have done.
The men applauded him as he concluded.
While at Falmouth, the men received many boxes from home.
Adjt. Hill received one which contained a turkey.
Unfortunately the box had been on the road for a long time and the bi