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soldier says Van Dorn sat on his horse grimly and saw it all. That's Rosecrans's trick, said he, he's got Price where he must suffer. Maybe this is one of the apocrypha of battle. A rebel soldier says it's truth. But Hamilton's division receded under orders — at backward step, slowly, grimly, face to the foe, and firing. But when the Fifty-sixth Illinois charged, this was changed. Davies's misfortune had been remedied. The whole line advanced. The rebel host was broken. A destroying Nemesis pursued them. Arms were flung away wildly. They ran to the woods. They fled into the forests. Oh! what a shout of triumph and what a gleaming line of steel followed them. It is strange, but true. Our men do not often shout before battle. Heavens! what thunder there is in their throats after victory. They report that such a shout was never before heard in Corinth. Price's once invincible now invisible legions were broken, demoralized, fugitive, and remorselessly pursued down the hil