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en the battle opened Monday morning, but the lacking regiments were gradually brought into the rear. To save further delay I give here a list of his troops and of Wallace's engaged:-- Brigadier General Nelson's division. First Brigade--Col. Ammon, Twenty-fourth Ohio, commanding; Thirty- sixth Indiana, Col. Gross; Sixth Ohio, Lieut. Col. Anderson; Twenty-fourth Ohio, Lieut. Col. Fred. C. Jones. Second Brigade--Sunders D. Bruce, Twentieth Kentucky, commanding; First Kentucky, Col. Ene. To the left we were slower in finding the enemy. They had been compelled to travel some distance to get out of gunboats' range Nelson moved his division about the same time Wallace opened on the rebel batteries, forming in line of battle, Ammon's brigade on the extreme left, Bruce's in the centre, and Hazon's to the right. Skirmishers were thrown out, and for nearly or quite a mile the division thus swept the country; pushing a few outlying rebels before it, till it came upon them, In