fully assured of ultimate and glorious success. (Signed) A. S. Johnston, [Official.] Gen Comd'g. John M. Ouy, Jr., A. A. A. General.
The battle of Shiloh.
Much to our regret, we received no Memphis papers by the Western mail last evening — The Knoxville. Register has the following dispatch:
Chattanooga, April 7.--The fight at Corinth yesterday was terrific, our victory complete and enemy totally routed.
Our loss heavy, including Gen. Sidney Johnston, Gen. Claiborne, of Arkansas, and Col. Bate, of Tennessee.
Horace, of the Louisiana cavalry, mortally wounded The whole force of the enemy killed and captured.
Another private dispatch states that the killed and wounded of the enemy will reach from eight to ten thousand.
the Register, of Tuesday, says:
Last night, just as we were going to press, the different church bells pealed forth the glad tidings of our glorious victory in the West The people caught up the joyous notes, and made the surrounding h