han I possibly can.
a duty, however, to a gallant and Brig.-Gen. W. T. Sherman, to mention, that he not only was in command during the entire of the action, but displayed great judge skill, and management of his men, severely wounded in the hand on day, his place was never vacant.
He wounded, and had three horses under him.
this mention of a gallant officer management is intended to the other commanders--Major-Generals John A. and Lew Wallace, and Brigade-Generals S. Hurlbut, B. M. Prentiss, E. L. Wallace — all of whom main their places with credit to themselves Gen. Prentiss was taken Prisoner the first day's action, and Gen. W. H. place was severely and probably wounded.
His Assistant Adjutants General Wm. McMichael, is missing, and probably taken prisoner.
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The country will have to mourn the loss of brave men who fell at the battle of or Shiloh, more properly.
loss in killed and wounded will in a day or two; at present I can