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l. Ed A. Parrott; Sixth Indiana, Col. Crittenden; Third Kentucky, (Louisville Legion;) battalions fifteenth, sixteenth and Nineteenth regulars. Second Brigade.--Brig.Gen. Johnston; Thirty-secondnoians, Col. Willich; Thirty-ninth Indiana, Col. Harrison; Forty-ninth Ohio, Col. Gabson. Third Brigade.--Colonel KtK, Thirty-fourth Illinois, commanding; Thirty-fourth Illinois, Lieutenant-Colonel Badswer,h; Twenty-ninth Indiana; Lieutenant-Colonel Br.. Thirtieth Indiana, Colonel Bass; Seventy come in on the vulnerable points. The enemy flees. Colonel Waggoner's Fifteenth Indiana comes up to the support, the enemy disappear, fresh troops take their places, and for them the fight is added. I might describe similar deeds of Will and Harrison's regiments, but, "from learn all." M'Clernand and Hulburt. Farther to the right McClernand and Hulburt were gallantly coming on with their jaded men. The soldiers would fight — that was the great lesson of the battle. If surprised an