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reenforced army of the enemy, Gen. Bragg or Polk ordered our army back to Harrodsburgh. We captured all the artillery of the enemy except one battery, and unknown numbers and quantities of all descriptions of small arms. The loss of the enemy in killed and wounded was enormous. The field of battle was everywhere strewn with the killed, wounded and dying. In places they were piled up on each other. We retired in perfect order, each regiment and brigade in proper position, to Camp Dick Robinson and its vicinity, where our army was concentrated. Our loss in killed, wounded and missing will not reach two thousand five hundred. The killed in Cheatham's division number two hundred and nine and about one thousand two hundred and fifty wounded. This division suffered most. At half-past 4 o'clock on Monday morning, thirteenth instant, Col. Tyler left Gen. Polk, and of subsequent events he is of course not advised. Tennesseeans in this fierce conflict maintained their ancient