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Rains' position, at the same time ordering Gens. Slack, McBride, Clark, and Parsons to move their nt of the Senate, a good man and true. Brig.-Gen. Slack's division suffered severely. He himselfthe heights, engaging the command of Brig.Gen. W. Y. Slack, upon whose left my forces of infantry we of battle in time to form upon the right of Gen. Slack, where they rendered most prompt and efficieand was soon ready. The Missourians under Generals Slack, Clark, McBride, Parsons and Rains, were nmy. His place will not be easily filled. Generals Slack and Clark of Missouri were severely woundellied to the heights on the west, to support Gen. Slack's division, which had borne the brunt of theor six hours, unsupported. Generals Price and Slack were both actively and gallantly urging forward this column, when Gen. Slack was severely wounded and taken from the field. Gen. Price was slightis column in on the right of my regiment, in Gen. Slack's division, where he fell mortally wounded, [2 more...]
instantly toward Gen. Rains' position, at the same time ordering Gens. Slack, McBride, Clark, and Parsons to move their infantry and artillerf Ray County, President of the Senate, a good man and true. Brig.-Gen. Slack's division suffered severely. He himself fell dangerously woud in our front, upon the heights, engaging the command of Brig.Gen. W. Y. Slack, upon whose left my forces of infantry were formed. In a few h our remaining column immediately on our right, upon the left of Gen. Slack. A portion of the Arkansas forces, under the command of Gen. Pea in reaching the line of battle in time to form upon the right of Gen. Slack, where they rendered most prompt and efficient service. For fullened upon us. My command was soon ready. The Missourians under Generals Slack, Clark, McBride, Parsons and Rains, were nearest the position tcharging upon the enemy. His place will not be easily filled. Generals Slack and Clark of Missouri were severely wounded--Gen. Price slightl
rtillery, having been victorious at each point, rallied to the heights on the west, to support Gen. Slack's division, which had borne the brunt of the fight up to that time, for five or six hours, unsupported. Generals Price and Slack were both actively and gallantly urging forward this column, when Gen. Slack was severely wounded and taken from the field. Gen. Price was slightly wounded also, Gen. Slack was severely wounded and taken from the field. Gen. Price was slightly wounded also, but not disabled. He continued to lead his wing on to victory most gallantly. Gen. Weightman now filed his column in on the right of my regiment, in Gen. Slack's division, where he fell mortally wouGen. Slack's division, where he fell mortally wounded, near Totten's battery, covered all over with wounds. I received his sword to keep it from the enemy. Meanwhile, the enemy's batteries were captured by the State and Confederate forces, and rounsas battery mowed down his left. At this point of time General McCulloch came up, and directed Slack's division to charge Totten's battery in front, and the Arkansas troops on the right. This was