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off in fine spirits, our pickets having announced by 5½ o'clock that the ball was opened. By 6½ firing was heard nearly all along the line. The Generals separated, and the General commanding made his way where the firing was heaviest. Colonel Hindman charged the enemy and routed them, taking a large camp and several brass guns, 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 y 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. 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