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red and sixty-two regiments and battalions.
Beauregard afterwards reported it at forty thousand, thn renewed the fight for Shiloh church, where Beauregard had slept on Sunday night, and the camps andile the rest of the army passed in the rear.—Beauregard's Report.
Near the close of the day, Gra were sent out to ascertain the direction of Beauregard's retreat, which did not cease till the rebeing their dead to be buried by their enemy.
Beauregard made application to Grant, on the 8th, for pppendix for correspondence between Grant and Beauregard.
Grant's loss, including that in Buell'sof the losses were in the Army of the Ohio.
Beauregard reported a total loss of ten thousand six hs much larger.
The burial parties estimated Beauregard's dead at four thousand, which, according togling on the rebel side was quite as great.
Beauregard states in his report, that his strength was s might have been reaped from the repulse of Beauregard, were lost.
The moral effect of the fight w