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would be final. As the sounds of battle died away and division Generals drew off their men, Buell had arrived and Lew. Wallace had been heard from. Both would be ready by morning, and council of war was held, and it was decided that as soon as Tom Crittenden next to Nelson, and McCock next to him by a seasonable hour in the morning. 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 McClernand and Lew. Wallace. The night between two battles. Stealthily the troops crept to their new positions and lay down in line of battle on their arms. All through the night Buell's men were marchingo the point opposite Pittsburg Landing and being ferried across, or were coming up on transports. By an hour after dark Wallace had his division in. Through the misdirection he had received, he had started on the Snake Creek road proper, which woul