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t of the first day's fight at Shiloh: Sherman's division — M'Clernand's. We left Sherman's brigades maintaining a confused fight, Buckland's about gone, Hildebrand's and McDowell's holding their ground more tenaciously. The firing aroused McClernand's division. At first they supposed it to be a mere skirmish; perhaps eveg left and preserve the line. Then, as Sherman's other brigades fell back, McClernand's moved up and engaged the enemy in support. Gradually the resistance to Hildebrand's brigade, and what was still left to its right of Buckland's, became more confused and irresolute. The line wavered, the men fell back in squads and companiesthe troops gave way they came out from the open woods into old fields, completely raked by the enemy's fire. For them all was lost, and away went Buckner's and Hildebrand's brigades, Ohioan and Illinoisans together, to the rear and right, in such order as they might. McDowell's brigade had fallen back less slowly than its tw