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e behind their works; but, for some unaccountable reason, they either fled or surrendered instantly upon the first few of our men reaching them — not even trying to defend their battery, which was immediately captured by Captain Steguer. Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Porter C. Olson, Thirty-Sixth Illinois. In connection with other regiments of this brigade, we assisted in capturing several pieces of artillery, a number of caissons, and a great quantity of small-arms. Report of Colonel John Q. Lane. At the house known as Bragg's headquarters, the enemy were driven from three guns, which fell into our hands. Report of Brigadier-General G. D. Wagner, Second brigade. I ordered the command to storm the ridge, bringing up the Fifteenth Indiana and Ninety-seventh Ohio, which had not yet been engaged, although suffering from the enemy's artillery. The result is a matter of history, as we gained the ridge, capturing artillery, prisoners, and small-arms; to what amount, however