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Pennsylvania and one Iowa regiment had mutinied and refused to go farther with the Federal army. Their arms were taken from them and they were sent North. Gen. Buell's entire command consisted of ninety-nine regiments, ranging from 253 to 481 men, making 35,000. Deducting the sick, the deserters, and the mutinous troops sent back, it would leave Buell's force at Savannah about 22,000. Lieutenant Crowly, of the 11th Louisiana, who lost his right hand at Belmont, lost his left hand at Shiloh. He still clings to our cause, refusing to resign. Letter picked up on the battle-field. The following copy of a letter from an Ohio soldier, picke) in my last letter. She was very well, but was making preparations to move into town.--Moll has a brother, sergeant in the 33d Ohio regiment, row serving under Gen Buell. I have been expecting to see him for some time but have not as yet. Moll is a good girl, and I think a great deal of her. You must know her intimately to
had information of the contemplated advance of the enemy as soon as a union of the forces under Buell and his front division, which was commanded in detail by Grant, Wallace, McClernand, Prentiss, a disembarked during the night. It was known, also, or rather believed, that another division of Buell's army, probably accompanied by Buell in person, was approaching on the previous day, and had doBuell in person, was approaching on the previous day, and had doubtless arrived at the scene. Vigorous preparations were therefore made to resist the assault, which was deemed almost certain at an early hour on Monday.--Nor were these ill timed. Those of ouif my memory correctly serves me, and it is hardly probable that, with any force he can command, Buell would march his army that distance, away from his gunboats, on a flanking movement. It is now supposed that Buell was not in the battle of Shiloh, flag or last, though a considerable portion of his army may have been; but was engaged in superintending the movement on Huntsville. Islan