JUNE 14, 1861.
The May report of the Thirteenth Massachusetts regiment has been received by Adjutant General Schouler. On Sunday last the regiment was at Front Royal. Col. Leonard had rejoined his command. Lieut. Col. Batchelder and Capt. Scriber are absent on detached service. Capt. C. H. Hovey, John G, Hovey and W. H. Judson, are sick at Washington, and Capt. W. L. Clark at Front Royal. Twenty-one had been discharged during the month, and the following deaths had occurred:-John T. Fuller, Co. B, of Boston, and Charles B. Cushing, Co. C, of Brighton, both drowned; Samuel W. Wheeler, Co. H, of Natick, left out of ranks on march and died; O. V. Newton, Co. I, of Marlboro, died at Washington. (Boston Herald, June 14, 1862, Pg. 4, Col. 3.)