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st of the fight for eight hours, she has covered herself with imperishable honors, and won bright-laurels of distinction, which will never be forgotten so long as the memory of deeds noble and glorious are recorded upon the scroll of history. Col. Taylor, her brave, gallant, and chivalrous commander, has gained the respect and esteem of all who knew him, by his manly bearing upon the crimsoned battle-field. Here-after his name will be ranked foremost in the list of patriotic heroes. His cooltrike, with redoubled energy and increased vengeance, the blows for liberty and independence to us and our posterity. Lieutenant-Colonel Harris and Major Lilly proved their claims upon our affections, and rendered indispensable assistance to Colonel Taylor in directing the movements of the regiment and assigning the companies to the positions they were respectively called upon to occupy. The former (Lieutenant-Colonel Harris) was painfully, though not dangerously, wounded in the head while per