or major-generals, Jno. A. McClernand, and Lewis Wallace, and Brigadier-Generals Hurlbut, Prentiss, the purpose of supporting the command of General Wallace, which occupied that point.
Not havingn, at no great distance from our lines.
Gen. Lew. Wallace's troops at Crump's Landing, were ordere Landing, at daybreak Sunday morning Major-General Lew. Wallace's division lay a Crump's Landing, soivision till the enemy would be upon us.
Lew. Wallace's division might turn the tide for us — it drew off their men, Buell had arrived, and Lew. Wallace had been heard from.
Both would be ready bon almost simultaneously.
By seven o'clock Lew. Wallace opened the ball by shelling, from the posit instant Sherman came in to protect his left, Wallace advanced his infantry.
The rebel battery at her rebel batteries at once did the same; and Wallace's division, up in an instant, now that a mastlled the place of his broken regiments; again Wallace's division poured forward, and again the enem