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dvance of the artillery, and part in rear for a support. The Missouri division was to have been supported on the left by Scurry's brigade, Walker's extreme right; but instead of cooperating, the two went into action separately, and were whipped in d force, retreated in confusion. About the time they had gotten away from the enemy, who showed no disposition to follow, Scurry's brigade came up, and was repulsed, after having driven back the enemy's lines in his front a quarter of a mile. The enndergrowth. The enemy were concealed by the undergrowth and fallen logs, so that our men could scarcely see them at all. Scurry's and Randall's brigades, of Walker's division, moved by the road leading toward the enemy's left. Waul's brigade was hey wildly. Waul's right was slowly overlapped by Walker's left. Waul's troops were repulsed. Randall in the centre, and Scurry on the right, held their ground, though their troops were in great disorder. Parsons's division did not support Waul as