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dred and Twenty-fourth Ohio volunteers, Colonel O. H. Payne; Forty-first Ohio volunteers, Colonel Aquila Wiley; the Ninth Indiana volunteers, Colonel J. C. B. Suman; the Sixth Kentucky volunteers, Colmanded this regiment after the fall of its Colonel, bore his part with ability and success. Colonels Wiley, Forty-first Ohio volunteers, and Suman, Ninth Indiana volunteers, with their regiments, areould be mockery to praise them with words. The country cannot too highly cherish these men. Colonel Wiley had his horse shot from under him. The services of Lieutenant-Colonels Kimberly, Forty-first. I am, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, W. B. Hazen, Brigadier-General. Colonel Wiley's report. camp of Forty-First regiment O. V. L., Chattanooga, Tenn., September 25, 1863s the reward due gallant and noble conduct. I have the honor to be your obedient servant, Aquila Wiley, Colonel Commanding Forty-first O. V. L A National account. On the ninth of Sept
mber were known to be wounded, including the colonel commanding. We captured a few prisoners, their camp, twenty beeves, six pontoons, a barge, and several thousand bushels of forage fell into our hands. My thanks are especially due to Colonel A. Wiley, Forty-first Ohio volunteers, and Major Wm. Birch, Ninety-third Ohio volunteers, who commanded and led the party that took the heights, and to Lieutenant-Colonel Foy, Twentythird Kentucky, commanding party that swept the road, and Lieutenant handled their troops, consists in the fact of their effecting a landing, gaining the crest of the height, and the position assigned them, and making all their dispositions for defences before the enemy, who had doubtless been alarmed by the firing at the landing, who not only knew the country, but could have gained it by a much less difficult slope. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Aquila Wiley, Colonel Forty-first Ohio Volunteers, Commanding Detachment.