respect, yours truly, W. T. Sherman, Major-General.
Extracts from reports of Generals Buell and Nelson, and Colo-Nels Ammen, Grose, Anderson, and Jones, of the battle of Shiloh.
General Nelson arrived with Colonel Ammen's brigade at this Colonel Ammen's brigade at this opportune moment.
It was immediately posted to meet the attack at that point, and, with a battery of artillery which happened to be on the ground and was brought into action, opened fire upon the enemy and repulsed him. The action of the gunboats afrom their pieces.
The gallantry of the Thirty-sixth Indiana, supported by the Sixth Ohio, under the able conduct of Colonel Ammen, commanding Tenth brigade, drove back the enemy, and restored the line of battle.
This was at 6.30 P. M., and soon ahe right, on a part of the line threatened by the enemy.
The Sixth Ohio was held in reserve. During the night, etc.—Colonel Ammen's Report.
On arriving on the south side of the river, under circumstances that looked discouraging to new troops,