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camp to the enemy.
When this disaster was apparent, General Cheatham was sent across the river with his brigade, which inc to escape by a rapid march northward.
In his report General Cheatham says of the close of the battle: The left wing of the. Thomas J. Stanford's battery.
The second division, General Cheatham, contained Col. A. K. Blythe's Mississippi regiment iposition until darkness closed the battle of that day.
Cheatham's division, on going into action on the right of the linessippi gunners.
Breckinridge now came up on the right of Cheatham.
The enemy being pressed back, Lieutenant-Colonel Millernd a Michigan battery of six guns.
Of Blythe's regiment, Cheatham reported: Blythe's Mississippi advanced to the left and a that officer as lieutenant-colonel—went into battle with Cheatham.
After the withdrawal of the Confederate army, the Missiand later had a famous duel with a Federal battery facing Cheatham.
Harper being wounded, Lieut. Put Darden was in command