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had sent across to Brigadier-General W. H. L. Wallace, then not engaged, for support. Brigadier-General McArthur's brigade was promptly started across, but mistaking the way, and bearing too much to speedily found itself in the midst of the rebel forces that had ponied in after Prentiss. General McArthur could thus render Stuart's brigade no assistance, but he vigorously engaged the rebels to hod position, and held these troops in bay till the rest of his division came up to his aid. General McArthur was himself disabled by a wound in the foot, but he rode in to a hospital, had it dressed, ock, badly shattered and disordered, they retreated to the right and rear, falling in behind Gen. McArthur's brigade to reorganize. Col. Stuart was himself wounded by a ball through his right shouldnth road, facing rather to our left. W. H. L. Wallace's other brigades had gone over to assist McArthur, and the division, thus re-united, steadily closed the line, where Prentiss's division and Stua