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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 0 Browse Search
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rigade. Col. Schaefer commanding. Second Missouri infantry. Second Ohio battery, six guns, Lieut. Chapman. Second Brigade. Col. Joliet commanding. Fifteenth Missouri infantry. Capt. Elbert's flying battery, six guns. Sixth Missouri cavalry, Col. Wright. Battalion Fourth Missouri cavalry, Major Messaur. Gen. Sigel commanded the First and Second divisions, thus filling the position of Field-Marshal. Third division. Col. Jeff. C. Davis, commanding. First Brigade. Col. Barton, commanding. Eighth Indiana infantry. Twenty-second Indiana infantry. Eighteenth Indiana infantry. Indiana battery, six guns. Second Brigade. Col. White, commanding. Thirty-seventh Illinois infantry. Ninth Missouri infantry. First Missouri cavalry. Battery, four guns. [The Ninth Missouri has been placed on the list of Illinois regiments, and now ranks as the Fifty-ninth Illinois. ] Fourth division. Col. Carr, commanding. First Brigade. Col. Dodge, commanding.
ur line under fire from the enemy's battery-Col. Croft, Thirty-first Indiana, on our right; Lieut.-Col. Bristow, Twenty-fifth Kentucky, and Col. McHenry, Seventeenth Kentucky, on our left. I sent forward First Lieut. Wayne, company D, and First Lieut. Barton, company B, each with part of their respective companies as skirmishers, in front of our line; they were soon driven in, and the whole line of the Fourty-fourth and Thirty-first Indiana furiously assaulted by the enemy and as gallantly metere driven from the field. During the fight of Sunday and Monday, my regiment fired over one hundred and sixty rounds of cartridge at the enemy. No men ever fought more bravely; too high praise cannot be given them. Captain Murray and First Lieut. Barton, company B; Lieut. Newman, commanding company H; Capt. Tannehill and Lieut. Grund, company C; Capt. Williams and Lieuts. Shoemaker and Carey, company G; Captain Cosgrove and Lieut. Wayne, company D; Captain Aldrich and Lieuts. Wilson and B