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sts, the brigade was ordered down on its face to protect it from the flying shell and grape for an hour and a half the contest lasted, while the body of the division was still delayed, waiting for Sherman. By ten o'clock Sherman's right, under Col. Marsh, came up. He started to move across the fields. The storm of musketry and grape was too much for him, and he fell back in good order again he started on the double and gained, the woods. The Louisiana battery was burned, Marsh's position leftMarsh's position left. It subject to fire in ..front and then fled. The other repel batteries at once did the same and Wallace's division, up in an instant, now that a master move had swept the board, pushed forward. Before them were broad fallow fields, then a woody little ravine, then cornfields then woods. The left brigade was forward. It crossed the fallow fields, under ordinary fire, then gained the ravine, and was rushing across the cornfields, when the same Louisiana steel rifled guns opened o