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en victorious at each point — rallied to the heights on the West to support General Slack's division which had borne the of the fight to that time for five or six hours unsupported.--General Price and General Slack were both actively and gallantly urging forward this column when General Slack was severely wounded and taken froGeneral Slack was severely wounded and taken from the field. General Price was slightly wounded also, but not disabled. He continued to lead his wing on to victory most gallantly. Gen. Weightman now his column in on the right of my regiment, in Gen. Slack's division, where he fell mortally wounded, near Totten's battery, covered all war with wounds. I received his sw down his left. At this point of time General McCullough came up, and directed Slack's division to charge Totten's battery in front the Arkansas troops on the righs. We have lost a great number of our officers I will name some of them; Gen. Slack, severely wounded; Gen. Weightman, killed; Lt. Col. Aussin, of Col. R. A. Riv