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"No," they said, "there is no 200th Ind. here now. It was here yesterday, and was camped right over there, where you see that old camp, but before noon came an order to march with three days' rations and 40 rounds. It went out the Lafayette Road, and the boys seemed to think they wuz goin' out to Pigeon Mountain to begin the general advance o' the army, and wuz mightily tickled over it." "Yes, Mr. McMillifuddy. Did you ever hear of such a ridiculous name?" "Let me see," said the General, who prided himself on remembering names and faces. "Haven't I met you before? Aren't you from Indiana?" was in a letter writ home by one of our Wisconsin boys and