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g the infantry, that alone opposed them. Before abandoning the guns so briefly held, they had spiked them with mud, and the novel expedient was perfectly successful. From that time till after 1 o'clock, while the fight raged back and forth over the same ground, the rebels did not succeed in fighting a shoe from their mud-spiked artillery. At last our brigade, began to gain the advantage again. Crittenden then pushed them steadily forward. Mendennall, with his accomplished. First Lieutenant Parsous, one of our Western Reserve West Pointers, and Bartlett, poured in their shell. A rush for the contested battery, and it was this again. The rebels retreated towards the left Smith and Boyle holding the infantry well in hand, Mendennall again got their range and poured in shell on the new position. The fortunes of the day was against them, as against their comrades to Nelson's front, and they were soon in full retreat. Just then Brigadier General Thomas J. Wood's advance bri