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ty-first Indiana, Lieut.--Col. Osborn commanding; Seventeenth Kentucky, Col. John H. McHenry; Forty-fourth Indiana, Col. Hugh B. Reed; and the Twenty-fifth Kentucky, Col. James M. Shackelford, all constituting the First brigade, Col. Charles Cruft cmn with unabated courage. Major Fred. Arn, Thirty-first Indiana; Col. James L. Shackelford, Twenty-fifth Kentucky; Col. Hugh B. Reed, Forty-fourth Indiana, and Colonel John McHenry, Seventeenth Kentucky, and their field and company officers, all wog; Twenty-fifth Kentucky volunteers, Col. James M. Shackelford; eight companies of Forty-fourth Indiana volunteers, Col. Hugh B. Reed, and Seventeenth Kentucky volunteers, Col. John H. McHenry. At half-past 8 o'clock A. M., Gen. Wallace's order wumn being in motion, we were the first to march into the town of Dover. I am, Colonel, your very obedient servant, Hugh B. Reed, Col. Commanding Forty-fourth Regt. Ind. Vols. Report of General W. H. L. Wallace. headquarters, Second brig
n, as often before, are beyond all praise. I have the honor to be, sir, Your most obedient servant, James W. Shirk, Lieutenant Commanding. Report of Colonel Reed. headquarters Fourty-Fourth Indiana Volunteers, Pittsburgh, Tenn., April 9, 1862. Brig.-Gen. J. G. Lauman, Commanding Third Brigade, Fourth Division Army,ngagements is thirty-four killed, one hundred and seventy-seven wounded, and one taken prisoner. I am, General, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, Hugh B. Reed, Col. Commanding Forty-fourth Indiana Volunteers. Recapitulation.--Commissioned officers, killed, three; wounded, eight. Privates, killed, thirty-one; wound successful charge, which gave him time to draw off his force in order, and in comparative safety. His report renders full justice to his officers, among whom Col. Reed of the Forty-fourth Indiana was especially distinguished. My own thanks have been personally tendered on the field of battle to First Lieutenant E. Brotz mann