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r cover, with the enemy driven back by the impetuous advance. And now he rallies. Fierce musketry firing sweeps the woods. They advance thirty rods, perhaps, when the Twenty-ninth Indians gets into a marsh and falls partially to the rear. Heavier comes the leaden hail. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth both fall back fifteen or twenty rods; they rally and advance; again they are hurried back; again they start forward, and this time they come in on the vulnerable points. The enemy flees. Colonel Waggoner's Fifteenth Indiana comes up to the support, the enemy disappear, fresh troops take their places, and for them the fight is added. I might describe similar deeds of Will and Harrison's regiments, but, "from learn all." M'Clernand and Hulburt. Farther to the right McClernand and Hulburt were gallantly coming on with their jaded men. The soldiers would fight — that was the great lesson of the battle. If surprised and driven off in consequence of surprise, that can hardly be wh