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ness and courage, and rendered efficient service. Lieut. Farris, of the Fifth Kentucky cavalry, who had been serving as Regimental Quartermaster, by my permission acted as Aid-de-Camp, deported himself with fearless courage and coolness. Capt. Lyne Starling, of your staff, besides bearing your orders in the midst of the hottest of the battle, rendered me efficient aid, for which I thank him. For detailed operations of the regiments of this brigade, I refer to the accompanying reports from and that discipline cannot be relaxed, even after the battle has been won without tarnishing your fame. Cherish your fame, study how you can best discharge every duty as soldiers, and peace will follow quickly. By order of Gen. Crittenden, Lyne Starling, A. A. G. Report of Lieutenant William Gwin. U. S. Gunboat Tyler, Pittsburgh, Tenn., April 8, 1862. sir: I have the honor to inform you that the enemy attacked our lines on our left, the morning of the sixth, at half-past 6 o'cloc