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losses of Arkansa own brigade and the infantry and artillery of Pearce were both encamped.
His first object was to dhe further advance of the latter was barred by Pearce's brigade, and by a considerable force which w
Up to this time (10 o'clock) the infantry of Pearce's brigade—three fine regiments, Gratiot's, Doco his own men, and sent an officer to tell General Pearce what he had done.
Pearce came forward at Pearce came forward at once and rode with Price and Gratiot as the regiment charged up Bloody hill.
Gratiot's regiment camrdest fighting.
He could also see the rest of Pearce's brigade forming on the opposite hill with mu be at the turning point, two regiments of General Pearce's brigade were ordered to march from theirn the distance.
Thus ended the battle.
General Pearce, with his Arkansas brigade (Gratiot's, Wal ability, and did much execution.
Brig.-Gen. N. B. Pearce, commanding First division, army of A