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The bad shooting of the rebels alone saved Steedman's Regiment (Fourteenth Ohio) from being decimk, and with only the river between them. Had Steedman been on horseback, he would assuredly have bel attempted to form them in line of battle on Steedman's left. The ranks next to the Fourteenth werhad so carefully taken. Per contra: One of Steedman's men (in the 14th Ohio) was from Cheesedom, ees? Another, an Englishman, was wounded. Steedman noticed him limping and called out Jack, are m ‘it in the ‘ip, but--(in great anxiety lest Steedman should send him to the hospital) but it don't. Our advance consisted of the Ohio 14th, Col. Steedman, 750; Col. Millroy's 9th Indiana, 500 ; Duptain then called to the Colonel, Come on, Col. Steedman, they are going to surrender, and the regiecame general. Millroy's regiment came up to Steedman's support, but were compelled to deliver an oon their side, and protected by the fire from Steedman and Millroy's regiments, to take them in fron[1 more...]<
took command of the advance troops of your column, consisting of the Fourteenth Ohio regiment, Steedman, with one section of Col. Barnett's battery, the Seventh Indiana regiment, under Colonel Dumontenemy, apparently at rest. This I proposed to attack as soon as strengthened by the arrival of Steedman's Second Battalion, with Dumont's regiment, when the thoughtless firing of a musket at our forde side of the river; while our own troops were upon the low land, nearly level with the river. Steedman's regiment in the advance opened its fire most gallantly upon them, which was immediately returll on their side, and then to take them directly in front and right at the road. The firing of Steedman's regiment and of Milroy's, now well up and in action, with repeated and rapid discharges of thy too late to aid us in the battle. The conduct of those gallant officers, Colonels Barnett, Steedman, Dumont, and Milroy, with the steady perseverance of their officers, in their long and arduous