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composed of the Twenty-second Illinois, Colonel H. Dougherty, and the Seventh Iowa, Colonel Lauman, and was commanded by Colonel Dougherty. The first attack was made by the right wing; but, as it adtruck them on the right flank and front; and Dougherty's brigade, passing behind the Thirtieth and tis. This attack was also repulsed. Colonel Dougherty led the Second Brigade in such a directiken several times by the vigorous assault of Dougherty's men, but were as often rallied by the officers, and by General Pillow in person. Dougherty, in his report, says: The enemy for some tire was anything to do but surrender. Colonel Dougherty, in his report made at the time, attribu with several privates, were killed, and Colonel Dougherty, of the Twenty-second, and Major McClurkClernand this day lost three horses. Colonel Dougherty says: At this time the Seventh Iowled, wounded, or taken by the enemy. Colonel Dougherty was called away; but, after an interval,