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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 Bacon, Company G, and Captain Leffingwell, with some of their men. The enemy was still in considerable force behind their works; but, for some unaccountable reason, they either fled or surrendered instantly upon the first few of our men reaching them — not even trying to defend their battery, which was immediately captured by Captain Steguer. Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Porter C. Olson, Thirty-Sixth Illinois. In connection with other regiments of this brigade, we assisted in capturing several pieces of artillery, a number of caissons, and a great quantity of small-arms. Report of Colonel John Q. Lane. At the house known as Bragg's headquarters, the enemy were driven from three guns, which fell into