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lonel First Minnesota. Lieutenant-Colonel Sawyer's report. in camp near Falmouth, Va., December 16, 1862. Captain E. D. Mason, A. A.A. General, etc.: sir: I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by the Eighth re Fredericksburgh, on the thirteenth instant. Pursuant to orders from General Kimball, I reported with my regiment to Col. Mason, Fourth Ohio volunteers, at half-past 10 A. M., and was ordered by him to move up Hanover street, by the left flank, un when Col. Lockwood, with the Seventh Virginia, came to our relief. At this time, General Kimball having been wounded, Col. Mason assumed command of the brigade, and ordered me to strengthen the right of my line, which was threatened by a heavy colut the foot of the hill. We maintained this position until after four P. M., when, being wholly out of ammunition, by Col. Mason's order I withdrew my line. During the entire day we were subjected to the most murderous fire of both artillery and