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" Since that time it has participated in all the important battles of Virginia and Maryland, and on all occasions it has behaved with the most distinguished gallantry and determination. Called upon both at Ball's Bluff and at Antietam, to endure the terrific... "
History of the Seventh Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the War of the ... - Page 117
by Nelson V. Hutchinson - 1890 - 320 pages
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Issue 7, Part 1 - Issue 10, Part 1

Massachusetts - Massachusetts - 1863
...more than one-half of its men engaged, it exhibited a couraze and fidelity more than worthy of vetwan troops, for it was worthy of the holy cause which had drawn its men from their peaceful homes. flaring taken command of this brigade during the latter portion of the operations against Yorktown,...
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Annual Report of the Adjutant-General ... for the Year Ending ...

Massachusetts - United States - 1863
...commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel (now Colonel) Kimball, to endure the terrific loss of more than one-half of its men engaged, it exhibited a courage and fidelity...which had drawn its men from their peaceful homes. operations against Yorktown, the Seventh Massachusetts and the Tenth Mas-1 sachusetts came under my...
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History of Worcester in the War of the Rebellion

Abijah Perkins Marvin - Massachusetts - 1870 - 582 pages
...determination. Called upon both at Ball's Bluff and at Antietam, to endure the terrific loss of more than one half of its men engaged, it exhibited a courage and...which had drawn its men from their peaceful homes." In closing the account of the part acted by his regiment at Antietam, Colonel Kimball says that almost...
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History of Worcester in the War of the Rebellion

Abijah Perkins Marvin - Massachusetts - 1880 - 606 pages
...determination. Called upon both at Ball's Bluff and at Antietam, to endure the terrific loss of more than one half of its men engaged, it exhibited a courage and...which had drawn its men from their peaceful homes. " In closing the account of the part acted by his regiment at Antietam, Colonel Kimball says that almost...
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Charles Devens: Orations and Addresses on Various Occasions, Civil and Military

Charles Devens, John Codman Ropes - United States - 1891 - 294 pages
...commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel (now Colonel) Kimball, to endure the terrific loss of more than one half of its men engaged, it exhibited a courage and...which had drawn its men from their peaceful homes." At Antietam, when I was moving up with my brigade on the morning after the principal battle, anticipating...
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The Story of the Fifteenth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the ...

Andrew Elmer Ford - Massachusetts - 1898 - 422 pages
...the divison after General Sedgwick was wounded. General Devens said at another time: "The Fifteenth exhibited a courage and fidelity more than worthy...which had drawn its men from their peaceful homes." General Gorman said in his report: "The coolness and desperation with which the brigade fought could...
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