in the Boston Journal:—
Marching orders. [Saturday, Oct. 4, 1862.]
The 10th Massachusetts Battery in camp at Boxford have received marching orders for Monday, Oct. 6, and will probably reach this city about 1 o'clock. The following is a orlew.
The departure of Sleeper's Battery. [Monday Oct. 13, 1862.]
The 10th Mass. Battery, Captain Sleeper, now at Boxford will certainly leave for the seat of war at 10 o'clock tomorrow forenoon.
The horses for the battery have all been inspenth Massachusetts Battery, Captain J. Henry Sleeper, arrived in the city at 1 o'clock this afternoon from Camp Stanton, Boxford, and marched up State and Washington Street en route for the Old Colony and Fall River Railroad Depot.
The company is c Rest, and throwing ourselves on the floor, were soon sound asleep.
Started from Boxford at 11.30 o'clock en route for Washington, D. C., with orders to report to the Adjutant General.
At Boston we took a spe