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to assume the offensive.
Generals Hardee, Breckinridge, and Bragg repaired at once to their respecde.
On the left of General Hardee came General Breckinridge; and between him and General Bragg was line between General Bragg's right and General Breckinridge's left, as we have already intimated, aosed General Sherman's advance.
When General Breckinridge, in the centre, was ordered to take theight—should be at once extended towards General Breckinridge's left, so as to afford some protectioncrity and spirit, and by twelve o'clock General Breckinridge had retaken both his position and his bing executed in a very orderly manner.
General Breckinridge, occupying the centre of the line of baadually withdrew from the field, behind General Breckinridge's position, and continued their retreaturbed in their slow and quiet retreat.
General Breckinridge, commanding the reserve, bivouacked forby some of the enemy's cavalry, towards General Breckinridge's encampment, at Mickey's farm, only ab
positions after the battle of Shiloh.
General Breckinridge forms the rear guard.
General Beauregarmer positions, except the forces under General Breckinridge, composing the rear guard, which for se Fort Henry to Corinth, p. 182, says: . . . Breckinridge remained at Mickey's three days, guarding t4,
General Beauregard has never seen General Breckinridge's Report, notwithstanding repeated effocalled on Generals Polk, Bragg, Hardee, and Breckinridge, for their reports of the battle, but alway all were trained soldiers, all, except General Breckinridge, had belonged to the Regular army beforo General Beauregard's instructions to Generals Breckinridge and Chalmers, at Mickey's house and Mos holding a few brigades in reserve.
General Breckinridge's division formed a general reserve, ans attempting to pass in his front.
And General Breckinridge's reserve was to occupy, temporarily, aly, Generals Bragg, Van Dorn, Polk, Hardee, Breckinridge, and, by request, Major-General Price—to di