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occasions, a faithful and efficient officer. Captains Earle, Warner, Stibbs, Haddock, Vanduzee and Tousley performed well their part, as did all the lieutenants in the action, in a prompt and willing manner. The non — commissioned officers and men stood bravely up to their work, and never did men behave better. In the death of Lieut. Furguson, of company D, the regiment lost one of its best-drilled officers and a gallant soldier; it also lost a good man and good officer in the death of Lieut. Moir, of company A. J. J. Woods, Colonel Twelfth Iowa Volunteers. Captain Trumbull's report. headquarters Third Iowa infantry, April 17, 1862. Brig.--Gen. Stephen A. Hurlbut, U. S. A., commanding Fourth Division, Army of the Tenn.: sir: I have the honor to report the part taken by the Third Iowa infantry in the actions of the sixth and seventh inst. The Third Iowa occupied the extreme right of the Fourth division, being the first regiment of Col. and Acting Brig.-Gen. N. G. Wil