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e were not competent men, General Smith at once ordered Colonel Shaw, commanding Third brigade, to place the Fourteenth Iowamen gallantly withstood the galling fire of the enemy. Colonel Shaw, commanding Third brigade, Third division, Sixteenth ar-York battery. General Dwight was ordered to support Colonel Shaw's right flank, but neglected to do so, and, in conseque this lack of proper support, the rebels nearly flanked Colonel Shaw's brigade, inflicting a heavy loss in killed, wounded, losely. The enemy made another desperate stand, when Colonel Shaw, commanding the Third brigade, First division, Sixteentnvidious for me to particularize; but the conduct of Colonel W. T. Shaw, Second brigade, Third division, Sixteenth army corpo the dominions of Jeff Davis & Co. very rapidly. Colonel W. T. Shaw, commanding the Second brigade, Third division, Sixtl Sweitzer, of the----Texas cavalry, undertook to break Colonel Shaw's lines by a charge. Orders were given to reserve your