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retiring enemy with his escort, a section of Morton's battery, a detachment of Faulkner's regiment, and a regiment from McCulloch's brigade, and never gave them rest lonel Holt; the Seventh Kentucky, Colonel Crossland; the Eighth, Colonel Lyon; Faulkner's Kentucky regiment, Colonel Faulkner, and Wisdom's Tennessee regiment, Lieut.Colonel Faulkner, and Wisdom's Tennessee regiment, Lieut.-Col. D. M. Wisdom, constituted the Third brigade, Col. A. P. Thompson commanding. Col. T. H. Bell commanded the Fourth brigade, composed of the Second Tennessee, Co the following day he detached the Seventh Tennessee, McDonald's battalion and Faulkner's Kentucky regiment, and ordered Duckworth (in command) to assault and capturees. In the skirmish preliminary to the surrender, Lieut.-Col. W. D. Lannom of Faulkner's regiment was severely wounded. Lannom had served at Shiloh as lieutenant-comy, Buford, with Lyon and Johnson and Rucker, all rushed to the attack, while Faulkner's Kentucky regiment, commanded by Major Tate of Tennessee, and the Seventh Ten