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me during the day. General Johnston, in order to make a sure thing of it, placed himself at the head of our attacking force and led the charge in person. How unfortunate that he should have done soil for at half-past 2 he received at Minis ball in his breast and had his leg badly torn by a shell. He tell and died soon afterwards, but not until the enemy had again given way all along the lines. He died in the arms of Col. Wm. Preston, of Kentucky, his aid and brother-in-law, and former U. S. Minister to Spain, while Gov. Harris, of Tennessee, another aid, supported his head. Thus a brave soldier and skillful officer has gone down before the red tide of battle. He fell in the very arms of victory, with our flag upraised and advancing under the mighty impetus given to our attack by his own individual heroism and during. Let the Republic do justice to his memory, and repair the grievous wrongs which have of late been heaped upon him. The fall of Gen. Johnston did not in the l