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ly mention one in particular without doing injustice to the rest. I must, however, mention First Sergeant Willis H. Pettit, whose services in keeping my guns supplied with ammunition, and various duties, were invaluable. Joseph E. De Wolfe, clerk and private orderly, as usual, showed a clear head and unsurpassed courage, and was always found where the fight was thickest, ready to carry orders, assist in taking out and putting in horses, etc. I must also give great credit to private Frank Williams, who, with great courage and skill, saved my five remaining caissons, which were at one time cut off and in the rebel lines. My loss of men was six killed, seventeen wounded, two paroled and one missing. I remain, sir, your obedient servant, Captain A. K. Bush, Commander Fifth Indiana Battery, To Captain Hescock, Chief of Artillery, Sheridan's Division. Major Hamrick's report. headquarters Twenty-Third regiment Kentucky infantry, camp in front of Murfreesboro, Tenn., Jan