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able on the Ridge road from Corinth to what is known as the Bark road, passing about half a mile northward of the Workhouse.ent surprise, will halt in front of the Mickey house on the Bark road. 2. Major Waddell, aide-de-camp to General Beauregardorps with the left in front will continue to advance by the Bark road, until within sight of the enemy's outposts or advancete vicinity of Mickey's house, at the intersection with the Bark road, before sunset. The cavalry with this wing will ta to reach, by night, the intersection of that road with the Bark road. This wing will continue the movement in the morning e, it will be halted in column or massed on the line of the Bark road, according to the nature of the ground, as a reserve. resting on or about the intersection of that road with the Bark road, having advanced guards and pickets in the direction of the First Corps at the intersection of that road with the Bark road, leading from Corinth. IV.-The Reserve of the forc
s the Ridge road, which, near Shiloh, led into another, known as the Bark road. Bivouacking that night on the way, he arrived next morning aton was to move from Monterey on the road to Purdy, which crossed the Bark road more than two miles in rear of Mickey's. Had Ruggles pursued thwas drawn up three hundred yards in rear of Gladden, its left on the Bark road. Chalmers's brigade was on Jackson's right, en echelon to GladL. Gibson commanded the right brigade, resting with his right on the Bark road. Colonel Preston Pond commanded the left brigade, near Owl Creeckinridge. Polk's command was massed in columns of brigades on the Bark road, near Mickey's; and Breckinridge's on the road from Monterey toward the same point. Polk was to advance on the left of the Bark road, at an interval of about eight hundred paces from Bragg's line; and Breittsburg and Corinth road, and following the ridge led into both the Bark road and the Corinth road by numerous approaches. Across this to Sh
Sherman, though in error as to the hour, says, Hildebrand's brigade had substantially disappeared from the field, though he himself bravely remained. It is due to Hildebrand to say that his discomfiture does not seem to have been due to his personal conduct on the field, which commended itself to his superiors. While this struggle was going on, Hindman's right brigade, under Colonel Shaver, and Gladden's brigade, burst in upon Prentiss's division. Peabody's brigade, which lay upon the Bark road, was got into position. The Twenty-fifth Missouri, the Sixteenth Wisconsin, and the Twelfth Michigan, were hurriedly pushed forward into line of battle, and the remainder of the division formed in front of their camps; but they were unprepared, confused, and startled. It was not eight o'clock when Shaver's and Gladden's strong line fell fiercely upon them. Here were enacted, though in less measure, the same scenes that had occurred in Hildebrand's camps. Nevertheless, Peabody's brig