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first planted upon the yet smoking guns. Captain Smith, of my regiment, was placed in charge of the captured battery, which consisted of 5 guns, 3 caissons, and 17 horses. Report of Captain E. P. Bates, one Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Ohio. Perceiving that the ridge across which my regiment extended was commanded to the very crest by a battery in front, also by those to right and left, I directed the men to pass up the gorges on either side. About forty men, with Captain Parks and Lieutenant Stinger, passed to the left, the balance to the right, and boldly charged on, till, foremost with those of other regiments, they stood on the strongest point of the enemy's works, masters alike of his guns and position. ...... Captain Parks reports his skirmish-line to have charged upon and captured one gun, that otherwise would have been hauled off. Report of Colonel Allen Buckner, Seventy-Ninth Illinois. The right of the regiment rested on the left of the road, where it crossed the reb