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of his officers--four in number — were wounded. Colonel Charles W. Fribley, of the Eighth United States, was also mortally Hawley brought forward the Eighth U. S. colored, Colonel Charles W. Fribley. A part of this regiment came into action with l Reed; and the Eighth United States volunteers, under Colonel Fribley. About six miles from Sanderson, the rebel pickets ighth (colored) United States volunteers, commanded by Colonel Fribley, was pushed forward to stand the brunt of the enemy's istled near them. Many were thus killed; among others Colonel Fribley, of the Eighth United States colored, who was being reup, and pointing in front toward the railroad, said to Colonel Fribley, commander of the Eighth, Take your regiment in there t with men who had never heard the sound of a cannon. Colonel Fribley ordered the regiment, by company, into line, double-quitude for defenders of his country, white or black. Colonel Fribley, seeing that it was impossible to hold the position, p