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General Law. Wallace; left wing, Brigadier General Nelson. Between these, beginning at the left, Brigadier Generals Tom Crittenden, A. Mr. D, McCock, Hulburt, McClernand, and Sherman. In the divisions of the three latter were to be included also the remains of Prentiss's and W. H. L. Wallace's commands shattered, disorganized, fight — that was the great lesson of the battle. If surprised and driven off in consequence of surprise, that can hardly be wholly charged on them. Four times McClernand regained and lost again the ground to the front of his division. Similar were Hulburt's fortunes. But I must abandon these details. Beginning at the leftccessful soldiers counting the requiem of the fallen rebels, who have attached for their treason by the brave man's death. Nelson, Crittenden, McCock, Hurlbut, McClernand have borne their divisions through the f.. It lasted longer on the right, and was as rarely interesting as the chess game of a master. Let us trace it through.