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of Shiloh Church, with his right resting on Owl Creek, and his left on Lick Creek.
1. The Thirdhe nature of the ground, its left resting on Owl Creek, its right towards Lick Creek, supported on road to Savannah, beyond Mickey's, as far as Owl Creek, having advanced guards and pickets well to ight, a deep, bold stream, with a confluent (Owl Creek) to our right front, and Lick Creek, with a slight alteration:
Two streams, Lick and Owl Creeks—the latter a confluent of Snake Creek, whichof ravines, the drainage is principally into Owl Creek, as the land rises highest and ridgelike neao approach from all directions; one, passing Owl Creek by a bridge before its junction with Snake Ceight thousand men, on the northwest side of Owl Creek.
He then supposed our force was sixty thousst, under General Hardee, extended from near Owl Creek, on the left, to near Lick Creek, on the rigf the Pittsburg road, between the latter and Owl Creek.
The front of the column was about eight hu