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ism of the entire command in this engagement merits the highest praise of the country. Colonel Aquila Wiley, Forty-first Ohio, commanding First battalion, was shot through the leg, making amputatioion, in his case, would be not only fitting but beneficial to the service. On the fall of Colonel Wiley, Lieutenant-Colonel Kimberly, Forty-first Ohio, assumed command of the First battalion, and,vember twenty-third, 1863, to the present date. At the commencement of the operations, Colonel Aquila Wiley, Forty-first infantry, Ohio volunteers, was in command of the battalion; but the woundingave way readily before the skirmishers. As the line advanced in support of the skirmishers, Colonel Wiley, seeing his right uncovered, sent two companies of the Forty-first regiment, under Major Wilhe front, was now distinctly visible, and in these pits the rebel pickets had been rallied. Colonel Wiley sent notice of this fact to his brigade commander, and received immediately an order to take