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l pieces of artillery. On the second instant, information was received that the enemy was advancing on our position; Colonel Moore mounted his horse, and, riding over the surrounding country, chose his ground and planted his men for a fight, determommand, together with the stockade. I am, very respectfully, John H. Morgan, Commanding Div. Cavalry C. S. A. Colonel Moore replied: Present my compliments to General Morgan, and say to him that this being the Fourth of July, I cannot entert the terrifier of Kentucky. The officers were ever where needed, and deserve credit for their coolness and bravery. Colonel Moore's courage, coolness, daring, and will must call forth the admiration of all. His conduct on the field of battle cheerrought nearer and dearer to us by the gaining of a splendid victory over John Morgan's entire division. E. M. P. Colonel Moore's report. headquarters twenty-Fifth Michigan infantry battle-field of Tebb's Bend, Green River, July 4, 1863.