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y fired briskly for some minutes, but I do not think a single man engaged in this firing received an injury; the attack had spent its force.
General Lew Wallace, with 5000 effective men, arrived after firing had ceased for the day, and was placed on the right.
Thus night came, Wallace came, and the advance of Nelson's division came, but none unless night — in time to be of material service to the gallant men who saved Shiloh on that first day, against large odds.
Buell's loss on the 6th of April was two men killed and one wounded, all members of the 36th Indiana Infantry.
The Army of the
Present aspect of the old Hamburg road (to the left of the New road) which led up to the Hornets' Nest.
from a photograph taken in 1884. Tennessee lost on that day at least 7000 men. The presence of two or three regiments of his army on the west bank before firing ceased had not the slightest effect in preventing the capture of Pittsburg Landing.
So confident was I before firing had cease