all had gone over the Hudson — the New York Seventh and Massachusetts Eighth--and crossed New Jersey by railway to the banks rt Patterson, late Major-General of Volunteers.
The Massachusetts regiment had been joined at Springfield by a company unaryland, and call the State to account for the death of Massachusetts men, my friends and neighbors.
If Colonel Lefferts thiment, or rashness.
Report of the Adjutant-General of Massachusetts, December 31, 1861, page 22.
Butler left Philadelphependence, was built in Boston, and was first manned by Massachusetts men; now she was preserved to the uses of the Governmene sovereignty she had gallantly fought, by the hands of Massachusetts men. This, said General Butler, in an order thanking thurs both regiments worked faithfully, but in vain.
Landing at the Naval Academy
in this view the builnspired since it was written, twelve hours before.
The Massachusetts Sixth had again marched through Baltimore, not, as befo