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al Price was slightly wounded also, but not disabled. He continued to lead his wing on to victory most gallantly. Gen. Weightman now his column in on the right of my regiment, in Gen. Slack's division, where he fell mortally wounded, near Totten's battery, covered all war 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 routed in every direction except on the heights West, were Lyon comma. Gen. Persons now advanced with his battery of four pieces, and poured a terrific fire into the enemy's while Woodrun's Arkansas battery down his left. At this point of time General McCullough came up, and directed Slack's division to charge Totten's battery in front the Arkansas troops on the right flank.--This was the most terrific storm of gray sand musketry poured out upon the racks of any American troops. On both sides the men were mowed down like the rice harvest before the sickle.
the enemy's pickets and drove them in. The First Missouri and First Kansas volunteers, and a battalion of regular infantry, under command of Captain Plumber, with Totten's battery, very soon engaged a considerable number of the rebel forces Dubois' battery took position a short distance East of where the enemy were being engatwo companies A and F over the hill, halted them, and ordered them to about face and fire on a squadron of the enemy's cavalry advancing to charge on a section of Totten's battery. The fire was executed with promptness and effect, and, after receiving the discharge from the battery, the enemy retired in double-quick time, leavinglow. About twelve o'clock M. the order was given to retire from the field, which was done in good order. As we retired over the hill, we passed a section of Totten's battery, occupying a commanding point to the right, supported on the right by companies A, F, D and E, of the Iowa troops, under command of Major Porter, and on