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uns, and driving them towards their center. Judging from the number of our wounded that I passed over I think our loss was heavy here for we met the combined fire of their gunboats, artillery and 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 was countermanded on learning from one of Gen. Gladden's aids that he was severely wounded. Col. PrestonGen. Gladden's aids that he was severely wounded. Col. Preston then carried the order to Hindman's brigade, who made a splendid and victorious charge. As an evidence of the accuracy of the shooting on both sides, I will state that I saw a small tree with thirteen distinct shots--seven of the enemy's and six of ours.--within a range of four feet. We found the Federal camps to be very fine, and their equipments in clothing complete. A member of the staff, in jest, brought out a lot of overcoats, and said, "Here, gentlemen, are overcoats for the wh