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. According to general understanding, in the event of an attack at Pittsburg Landing, Major General Lew Wallace was to come in on our right and flank the rebels by marching across from Crump's Landing below. Yet, strangely enough, Wallace, though with his divison all drawn up and ready to march anywhere at a moment's notice, was not ordered to Pittsburg Landing till nearly, it not quits, 1ll there was an hour for fighting. "Oh, that night or Blucher would come!" Oh, that night or Lew Wallace would come! Nelson's division of Buell's army evidently couldn't cross in time to do us much good. We didn't yet know why Lew Wallace wasn't on the ground. In the justice of a righteous cause, and in that semi-circle of twenty-two guns in position, lay all the hope we could see. Suddon as possible after daybreak we should attack the enemy, now snugly quartered in our camps. Lew Wallace who was coming in on the new road from Crump's Lancing, and crossing Snake creek just above t