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of Gen. Lyon's aids. To Major General Fremont: Gen. Lyon, in three columns, under himself, Gen. Siegel and Major Sturges, of the cavalry, attacked the enemy at half-past 6 in the morning of the 10th, nine miles southeast of Springfield. s, August 13, 1861. To Colonel E. D. Townsend: General Lyon, in three columns, under himself, Generals, Siegel and Sturges, attacked the enemy at half-past 6 o'clock, on the morning of the 10th, nine miles Southeast of Springfield. The engagutposts of the enemy, and soon after the attack became general. The attack was made in two columns by Generals Lyon and Sturges--General Siegel leading a flanking force of about one thousand men, with four guns on the north of the enemy's camp. al Lyon's body had been treated with great respect and was brought back with some of the wounded to Springfield. Major Sturges took command on the battle-field after the death of Gen. Lyon. General Siegel took command after the battle. Our