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the river, and at the same time heavily engaged our right. Up to this time we received no reinforcements Gen. Lew, Wallace falling to come to our support until the day was over, having taken the wrong road from Crump's Landing, and being withod. Our man rested on their arms in the position they held at the close of the night until the forces under Brigadier General Wallace arrived and took position on the right, and General Buell's forces, from the opposite side and Savannah, were bin the morning, General Buel having arrived the ball was opened at day light by Wilson's division on the left and Major-General Wallace's division on the right Gen. Nelson's force opened a most galling fire on the rebels, and advanced rapidly ary heavy, but it is impossible as present to procure their names. The following are among the number: Brig Gen, W. H. Wallace, killed. Col. Pegram, Acting--Brigadier General, killed. Col. Ellis, 10th Illinois, killed. Maj. Goddard,