n on the right of Savage, and enters the fight.
A soldier falls here, and now there; the battle is on. The Sixteenth Tennessee makes a splendid movement, staggering at times under the furious fire of the Nineteenth Indiana battery and other artilleryists and their infantry supports, but again advances and scores the first victory in the Confederate line.
It was a costly one, though—forty-one gave their lives and over thrice that number sealed their devotion to duty with their blood—and Parsons and Stone and Bush pour furiously their hurricane of shrapnel and shot in death-dealing blows upon the advancing men of Cheatham on the Federal left.
Stewart is held for a brief space in reserve, then thrown in on the left of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Tennessee, and the Federal left is broken by the combined movement of the three brigades.
Sheridan, of Gilbert's Corps, on the Federal center, was ordered forward across Doctor's creek, covering the Springfield pike, with Mitchell to his
Berkeley 332; Dr. C. L. C., 129.
Montague, Governor A. J., 360.
Moorman, Major M. N., 110, 306, 372.
Mosby's Command, 90.
Mott, Dr., Valentine, 81.
Mulford, General J. E., 84.
Natchez Miss., War times in, 135.
Negro, The, Problem, 337.
Newbern, Federal fleet at, 205.
Nicholls, General F. T., 284.
Nightingale, Florence, 228.
North, Inconsistency of the, 82.
Hon. C. T., 260.
Ould, Hon., Robert, 84.
Palmer, colonel, Wm. H., 112.
Parker. Theodore, 25.
Parsons, Capture of the Philo, 261.
Passy, Frederick 227.
Patteson, Captain, Camm, 154.
Payne, General, Wm. H.. 144.
Pegram, General, John, 105.
Pelham. Charles Thomas, 345 Major John, Lines to by J. R. Randall, Sketch of his career, 338.
Pelham and Breathed's Battery, Roll of, 348.
Pender, General W. D. 112.
Pendleton, Major A. S., killed, 372.
Perryville, Battle of, 238
Peters, Colonel W. E., 218, his noble conduct at Chambersburg, Pa., 266; Winfield, 116.
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