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ued. The rebels finally sent a heavy force through the woods on the right, evidently intending to turn the right flank; but they were met by the 18th Kentucky, Col. Warner, and another regiment, and another severe engagement ensued, our men fighting bravely, though in some confusion on account of their extreme rawness. At one timiving back their assailants, but the latter being heavily reinforced, pressed upon them vigorously, and notwithstanding the vigor with which they were resisted by Warner's regiment, and two pieces playing upon them with canister at short range, they succeeded in turning our flank and throwing our men into confusion. Col. Warner wCol. Warner was dangerously, it is said mortally, wounded in this fight, and his regiment lost heavily. The men seemed panic stricken, and the enemy, pressing hard upon them, punished them severely across the open fields. The day lost — Nelson wounded. It was now about 2 o'clock, and what was left of the column — somewhere about 3,000