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mauga, was ordered to take the Second brigade, Colonel Eli Long commanding, with five days rations, up the norade, Colonel Minty commanding, on same duty, and Colonel Long's brigade was posted above Minty, in the neighbo road, Lieutenant Patton, A. A. G., rode back to Colonel Long, with orders for him to move immediately to the six others of the Second were slightly wounded. Colonel Long's horse was killed under him. This did not enok the Lewisburgh pike, mounted infantry in advance, Long's brigade next, and the First brigade supposed to bele-field. The sabre is doing its work. We pass Colonel Long, who is slightly wounded, and his horse head on ce commenced firing on a rebel line of skirmishers. Long's brigade was ordered to the front, and halted on arand trifling. In this chase General Crook and Colonel Long have shown all the noble qualities characteristi that any other would do as well, if such men as Colonel Long had command of them. Always at the head of his