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Report of Colonel Michael Gooding, Twenty-Second Indiana. I pushed men up to the second line of works as fast as possible; on and on, clear to the top, and over the ridge they went, to the hollow beyond, killing and wounding numbers of the enemy as we advanced, and leaving the rebel battery in our rear. We captured great numbers of prisoners, and sent them to the rear without guards, as we deemed the pursuit of the enemy of greater importance ..... I cannot give too much praise to Captain Powers, Company H, Lieutenant Smith, Company K, Lieutenant Gooding, Company A, and Second Lieutenant Moser, Company G, for their assistance, and for the gallant manner in which they encouraged their men up the side of the mountain, and charging the enemy's works right up to the muzzles of their guns. Report of Colonel Jason Marsh, Seventy-Fourth Illinois. The first on the enemy's works, and almost simultaneously, were Lieutenant Clement, Company A, Captain Steguer, Company I, Captain Baco