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io lost eleven men killed and fifty-two wounded. Colonel Wiley and Lieutenant-Colonel Kimberly, of the same regiment, each had horses killed under them, and Colonel Berry, commanding the skirmishers, was struck twice. This position was actually carried at the point of the bayonet, the enemy being captured behind their work byicer, in first gaining the crest, should be rewarded by promotion to the grade of brigadier-general. He has previously commanded a brigade with efficiency. Colonel Berry, Fifth Kentucky infantry, was again wounded, just as he had reached the crest at the head of his battalion, being the third received in these operations. He, worthy to stand with the noblest, remember that in a thousand battles a prouder death could not have fallen to their lot. W. B. Hazen, Brigadier-General. Colonel Berry's report. headquarters Fifth regiment Kentucky Volunteer infantry, Knoxville, December 8, 1863. Captain: I respectfully submit the following report of