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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 11 1 Browse Search
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olonel Kell; the Tenth Wisconsin, Col. Chapin, and the Thirty-third Ohio, Lieut.-Col. Moore, being in the front line. Soon after this, by a messenger, Colonel Starkond Ohio, Lieut.-Col. John Bell commanding, and the Thirty-third Ohio, Lieut.-Col. O. F. Moore commanding, were fiercely engaged with the enemy, who were making desperate efforts to pierce the centre. It was at this point that Lieut.-Col. Moore was wounded and taken prisoner. I saw the necessity of holding my position, with tinctly see the rebel pickets upon the crest. The Eighty-fifth Illinois, Colonel Moore, was immediately deployed upon the right of the road, the front and flank cmention of any one, although it is impossible not to admire the behavior of Colonel Moore of the Eighty-fifth Illinois. Colonel Dan. McCook bore himself throughou again be restored to us to fight for the cause he loved so well. The brave Major Moore was badly wounded while doing all in his power to retrieve the terrible blun