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were ordered to Chattanooga, Tenn., and from there in October to Murfreesboro. Colonel Hunt died at Chattanooga and LieutenantCol-onel Bowenforced the night before by General Rosecrans. They returned to Murfreesboro and remained in camp until late in December, 1862. On the morni wounded. The First and Third, with a strength of 531, lost at Murfreesboro 138 killed, wounded and missing. The Fourth, 458 strong, lost 16son, aide-de-camp, was, as he had been at Shiloh, Perryville and Murfreesboro, constantly by my side, ever ready, active and intelligent in ths. The brigade was with Bate's division in the campaign against Murfreesboro, and in a gallant fight at Overall's creek Colonel Bullock was wnded. Another severe fight followed on the Wilkinson pike, near Murfreesboro, and the brigade moved to Nashville in time to do gallant servicng that after Bullock was severely wounded on December 4th, near Murfreesboro, Maj. Jacob A. Lash took command of the brigade until the arriva
bearing supplied the place of instruction and discipline. At Perryville he commanded a division of Hardee's corps, and was in charge of the extreme right. At Murfreesboro he commanded Walthall's brigade of Withers' division, Polk's corps. His participation in the magnificent right wheel of the army was inferior to that of none and alacrity, and bearing themselves in the face of the enemy as became reputations which each had heretofore bravely won. The latter was severely wounded near Murfreesboro, and was succeeded by Major Lash, whose coolness and gallantry were marked. Colonel Bullock came out of the Tennessee campaign with the temporary rank of brigvision of Gen. J. Patton Anderson. In the battle of Perryville General Brown was wounded and Colonel Miller led the brigade through the rest of the fight. At Murfreesboro this regiment was in the brigade of Gen. William Preston and the division of Gen. John C. Breckinridge. In the magnificent but disastrous charge of that divi