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Record of Second Massachusetts Infantry: 1861-1865 - Primary Source Edition
Alonzo Hall Quint
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17 Sept 25 June 26 July 9 Aug Andrews Antietam April army Army of Virginia artillery Atlanta Banks Banks's battery battle bivouacked Bootmaker Boston brave brevetted brigade camp Captain cavalry Cedar Mountain Chancellorsville Charles Cogswell Colonel Colonel Gordon command commission Commissioned Officers Company Corporal Creek crossed Deserted Detached died in consequence Discharged for disability discharged in consequence division Dwight enemy enemy's enlisted Farmer fire force Ford front George Gettysburg Harper's Ferry Hooker infantry Invalid Corps Ireland James John June Killed in action Laborer Lieutenant-Colonel Lowell March Mass Medway miles morning moved Mustered out 28 night officers Re-enlisted rebel regiment returned to duty river road Salem second lieutenant Second Massachusetts Second Term sergeant Shoemaker skirmishers Slocum soldier Surgeon Taken prisoner Third Wisconsin Thomas Transferred to Invalid troops Twelfth Corps United-States wagons William Winchester Wounded in hand Wounded in leg
Page 114 - Seeing then that all these things shall be dissolved, what manner of persons ought ye to be in all holy conversation and godliness. Looking for and hasting unto the coming of the day of God, wherein the heavens being on fire shall be dissolved, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat. Nevertheless, we, according to his promise, look
Page 123 - you are wrong in thus uncovering the capital. I am of the opinion that the enemy will send a small column towards Pennsylvania to draw your forces in that direction, then suddenly move on Washington with the forces south of the Potomac, and those he may cross over.
Page 77 - aside for the present the movement on Richmond, to put twenty thousand men in motion at once for the Shenandoah, moving on the line, or in advance of the line, of the Manassas-Gap railroad.
Page 120 - It was only by constant movement, by incessant watchfulness, and hazardous skirmishes and battles, that the forces under my command were not overwhelmed; while, at the same time, the enemy was embarrassed, and delayed in his advance upon Washington, until the forces from the peninsula were at length assembled for the defence of the city.
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Page 492 - stayed away, wouldn't. Goodwin, Cary, Choate, and Stephen Perkins were all quite ill, but would not stay away from the fight. Choate is the only one of the four not killed. It was splendid to see those sick fellows walk right up into that shower of bullets, as
Page 120 - vastly superior forces; to fight battles without hope of victory, but only to gain time, and to embarrass, and delay the forward movement of the enemy, is of all duties the most hazardous and the most difficult which can be imposed upon any general
Page 107 - Success and glory are sure to accompany such conduct; and it is safe to predict, that Cedar Mountain is only the first of a series of victories which shall make the Army of Virginia famous in the land, and draw very close to the hearts of their
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