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Doc. 67.-fight near Brentville, Tennessee. Colonel Martin's report. headquarters Thirty-Second brigade, camp near Nashville, Tennessee, December 9, 1862. Lieutenant T. W. Morrison, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Ninth Division. I have the honor to report that in obedience to order from headquarters Ninth division, I ordered the Twenty-Fifth regiment Illinois volunteers, Lieut.-Col. McClelland, and the Eighth Kansas battalion, Capt. Block, to proceed on a reconnoisance to the frp. From the best information I could gain along the road, the enemy's force is all cavalry, and numbers three or four hundred men. We drove them from their camp, finding their campfires yet burning brightly when we came up. One private of the Twenty-Fifth Illinois is reported slightly wounded. What loss the enemy sustained, I am unable to state, although several were seen to fall. I am very respectfully, Your obedient servant, John A. Martin, Colonel Commanding Thirty-second Brigade.