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The Baztle of Shiloh. The "Rough Notes" which we publish below, are from the Diary of one of General Johnston's Aids--Major D. M. Hayden, and were intended for insertion in yesterday's Dispatch. As an account of what occurred under his personal observation on the bloody battle field of Sunday, April 6th, this record will be read with thrilling interest: On the morning of April 6th I left Corinth and arrived at Monterey about one o'clock, and here witnessed 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 two Lieutenants, one of them belonging to the staff of a Federal General. The prisoners were all handsomely mounted. A few minutes after about ten or fifteen more arrived, who said they were surprised. Gen. Breckinridge arrived at sundown, and a council of officers, consisting of Gens. Johnston, Beauregard, Bragg, and Breck