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ed, Corporal company A. First Sergeant G. Warner, company A, received a severe wound in the leg, by the accidental discharge of his pistol, while on the march. I cannot speak in terms of too strong praise of my command since breaking camp at Hickman. During the long, tedious march of five hundred and seventy-three miles, which took sixteen days, much of the time night and day, and that with short rations, they have endured it as Michigan soldiers through this ungodly war have done, without reports have come in, it is, at least, three killed to one wounded, and this fact is owing to the terrible execution of our rifles. We remain here a short time to gather up captured property, arms, etc., and then expect to be ordered back to Hickman. Captain S. Wells, Lieutenant Tubbs, and Lieutenant W. B. Smith represent my command on Colonel Saunders's staff. With much respect, G. S. Warner, Lieut.-Colonel Commanding Eighth Michigan Cavalry. Official report of Colonel Hill.