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rations of the land forces, a portion of which we copy. At daylight on Saturday morning the enemy opened on the Eighteenth Illinois, Col. Lawler, when all of Oglesby's brigade was soon engaged. This was soon followed by Wallace's and McArthur's brigades taking part, the latter acting under McClernand's command. As the po disposed as follows: First, McArthur's brigade, consisting of the 9th, 12th and 41st Illinois, having temporarily attached the 17th and 19th Illinois. Next came Oglesby's brigade, the 8th, 18th, 29th, 30th and 31th Illinois, and Schwartz's and Dresser's batteries. Next, Col. W. H. L. Wallace's brigade, the 11th, 12th, 45th and 4ight drew on they were in strong position, and ready to participate in the simultaneous attack to be made on Sunday morning. The three brigades on the right — Oglesby's, Wallace's and McArthur's-- had the hardest fighting. They stood for three hours under a galling fire, and have suffered terribly, as their decimated ranks sho