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ertain point in town to await the arrival of Gen. Lyon, who, strange to say, was so entirely occupipatched on this errand at half-past 12, and General Lyon, with the troops above mentioned, arrived aartillery. The main body of troops, under Gen. Lyon, moved from the city about the same hour, haht the better from keeping in good spirits. Gen. Lyon at one time replied, Yes, I will give them ato select a leader. I will lead you, exclaimed Lyon. Come on, brave men, and with an unnatural glae galling fire from the enemy fell the brave Gen. Lyon. An hour earlier, when the enemy had nearlyn. Siegel, upon hearing the battle opened by Gen. Lyon, at once began the work oh his side. He had Siegel also attacked us in our rear, opposite Lyon's point of attack. The battle ground presentaccount. On the morning of the tenth, Gen. Lyon attacked our encampment at break of day withalm of victory remained undecided. Seven times Lyon was repulsed from the western heights by the Mi[38 more...]
pon the main body of the enemy, commanded by Gen. Lyon in person. The infantry and artillery whichonfusion, leaving their commander-in-chief, General Lyon, dead upon the battle-field, over five hund turn all our attention to the centre, under Gen. Lyon, who was pressing upon the Missourians, havi inquired when we were to leave Springfield, Gen. Lyon replied, Not before we are whipped. This waattack as soon as he should hear the roar of Gen. Lyon's artillery. The main body of troops, under Gen. Lyon, moved from the city about the same hour, halted a short time five miles west of the cht the better from keeping in good spirits. Gen. Lyon at one time replied, Yes, I will give them aaved us from utter and overwhelming defeat. Gen. Lyon saw their indomitable perseverance and braveto select a leader. I will lead you, exclaimed Lyon. Come on, brave men, and with an unnatural glaattempts to find and see a wounded brother. Gen. Lyon's body has been carefully laid out, and will[25 more...]
Siegel also attacked us in our rear, opposite Lyon's point of attack. The battle ground presentouisiana regiment at the point of the bayonet. Lyon formed for his main attack — regulars, Kansas rhe enemy were driven from the field, leaving Gen. Lyon dead — not even taking his papers from the bh that is not the best, medicine being scarce. Lyon's corpse is now within one hundred yards of my ade simultaneously at four different points--Gen. Lyon on the west, Siegel on the south, Sturgis onalm of victory remained undecided. Seven times Lyon was repulsed from the western heights by the Miry direction, except on the heights west, where Lyon commanded in person, and made his last, most desas regiments suffered most severely. Here General Lyon was killed, Totten's battery driven from thment fought in that part of the field where General Lyon was slain. This is a just reward for the td by the division of the brave and lamented General Lyon. For thus nobly battling for the honor o[3 more...]<