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ion, on the extreme left, must not be forgotten. It was doubly left alone by the Generals. General Grant did not arrive on the field until after nearly all these disasters had crowded upon us, and ffice, now full of wounded and surgeons, which constitutes the "Pittsburg" part of the landing Gen. Grant and staff are in a group beside it. The General is confident. "We can hold them off till to-mtes that count for years. Well was it for that driven, defeated, but not disgraced, army of General Grant's, that those minutes were improved. Col. Webster, Chief of Staff, and an artillery officerefore dark the 36th Indiana, from Nelson's advance brigade, had crossed, advanced into line with Grant's forces at the double-quick, and had put in fourteen rounds as an earnest of what should be foring. The gap between McCook and Lew. Wallace was to be filled with the reorganized divisions of Grant's old army; Hurlburt coming next to McCook, then McClernand, and Sherman closing the gap between