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, and if I fall, God protect you!' There was something in his look and tone which struck a chill to my heart, and every moment after I know the fight had begun I felt as if he had indeed fallen. I cannot tell how long it was before I heard that Oglesby's brigade was engaged, but it seemed an age to me. After that my agony was nearly intolerable. I never had a thought of fear for myself; I was thinking only of F. Then I got the word that he had been hotly pursued by the rebels and had fallen bave since learned. Up to the time of receiving the wound he had acted with the greatest bravery and enthusiasm, tempered by a coolness that made every action effective. When dusk at last put an end to the first day's conflict, I learned that Gen. Oglesby had been dangerously wounded, but could gain no intelligence of my husband. I could not bear the suspense. Dark as it was, and helpless as it seemed to search for him then, I started out to the battle-field. "O. how shall I describe the