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United States colored infantry, Lieutenant-Colonel Corbin; the Sixteenth United States colored infantry, Colonel William B Gaw, and the Forty-fourth United States colored infantry, Colonel L. Johnson, at Chattanooga, Tennessee, and proceeded by railr the Murfreesboro pike, was killed by a member of B company, Sixteenth United States colored infantry. The report of Colonel Gaw concerning this is enclosed. Marked (C). The conduct of officers and men on those occasions — save the misconduct of Colonel Gaw, which was reported at the time — was, so far as came under my observation, good. The coolness of the enlisted men under fire was especially gratifying to me. On the night of the fourteenth of December orders were received to move atst the advance of the right of Federal army, when the main attack was to be made. On the evening of the fourteenth, Colonel Gaw, by an unsoldierly process, succeeded in getting his regiment taken from the First brigade and ordered a safer place i