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ed and Tenth Illinois volunteer infantry, Colonel Thomas S. Casey. The Forty-first Ohio volunteer infantry, Lieut.-Colonel Aquila Wiley commanding. --and on leaving Nashville numbered an effective aggregate of one thousand three hundred and nihat assistance must be given or we must be sacrificed, as the position I held could not be given up, and gave orders to Col. Wiley to fix his bayonets, and to Col. Casey (without bayonets) to club his guns and hold the ground at all hazards, as it waunteers, Col. Wm. H. Blake. Eleventh Illinois volunteers, Colonel Thos. S. Casey. Forty-first Ohio volunteers, Lieut.-Col. Aquila Wiley commanding. Colonel Wm. B. Hazen, Forty-first Ohio volunteers, commanding the brigade. On the twenty-sixthrs with no stains upon them. All of which is respectfully submitted. E. N. Kirk, Brigadier-General. Report of Colonel Wiley. camp near Murfreesboro, Tenn., headquarters Forty-First regiment O. V., Jan. 6, 1863. Major R. L. Kimberly, A.