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erly sergeant of Company H, shot at two of the rebels. He killed one, and the other is in the hospital badly wounded, and will die; his name is Love. Lieut. W. W. Shoemaker, of Company H, led the charge; shot three times with a pistol. He was shot at with a gun. His first shot killed one of the enemy. His second shot the en a prisoner. His name is E. W. Pratt; sent to you last night. Private Fogger, Company H, ran on a rebel and shot him in the back. He kept up close to Lieutenant Shoemaker, who led the advance. Fogger's horse fell dead under him. Lieutenant Shoemaker, Private Fogger, both of Company H, and George W. Wakefield, Company G, tooLieutenant Shoemaker, Private Fogger, both of Company H, and George W. Wakefield, Company G, took Garrett a prisoner. Said Garrett had run down a bank and hid himself when he was arrested. We have to report 4 of the enemy killed, 2 wounded. Their names are Love and Warfield, the latter a son of Sallie Carneal. He says if he gets away he will join the Southern Army again. Two prisoners sent to you. We captured a negro
tion. Of this class I must mention Captain T. W. Scott, Ninety-eighth Illinois volunteers, my A. A. A. General; Captain W. W. Shoemaker, Fourth O. V. cavalry, A. D. C.; Lieutenant Henry Deiring, Fourth O. V. cavalry, A. D. C., and Lieutenant S. S. egiment, was wounded near the works, and died shortly after. I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant, W. W. Shoemaker, Captain Commanding Fourth Ohio Volunteer Cavalry. Major R. Burns, A. A. A. G., Second Brigade. headquarters Chicagh Indiana Major J. J. Weiler Found four two-pounder guns buried at Macon. John H. Booth Corporal 4th Ohio V. C. Captain W. W. Shoemaker First on the works at Selma, April second. Instantly killed. Hoffman Captain 98th Illinois Lieut.-Colonel E. Ky for Brevet. A. A. I. G. Second Brigade. F. W. Scott Captain 98th Illinois Brigadier-General Eli Long A. A. A. G. W. W. Shoemaker Captain 4th Ohio V. C. Brigadier-General Eli Long A. D. C. Henry Deiring Lieutenant 4th Ohio V. C. Brigadier-Genera