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the most painful sight that a soldier is called upon to see — a deserter was shot by order of Gen. Bragg. While lunching, Clanton's Alabama cavalry company brought in as prisoners a Major and twinridge arrived at sundown, and a council of officers, consisting of Gens. Johnston, Beauregard, Bragg, and Breckinridge, was held. Gen. Johnston ordered the grand attack to be made on Saturday, the a cup of coffee and started for the battle field, some four miles distant, being joined but Generals Bragg and Beauregard. By 7 o'clock it had cleared off, but as yet nothing was heard of Breckinridclock, in company with Gen. Beauregard, he reviewed, the left wing, which was under command of Gen. Bragg. In the afternoon Gens. Polk and Hardee were summoned, and another conceal of officers wad Minnie rifle, which was truly terrific. General Gladden's brigade were the only troops of Bragg's division on the right. Gen. Johnston ordered this brigade to "charge bayonet," but the order