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under Jeff. C. Davis, his center, and the fourth, Col. Carr, his right. The line thus formed stretched about moment, McCulloch fell with overwhelming force upon Carr's division at and near Elkhorn Tavern. A Broad, deetoward Elkhorn Tavern, where McCulloch's attack upon Carr was already in progress. Assailed in turn by greatlol. Davis, who had been ordered by Curtis to support Carr, was now directed to advance through Leetown to the s. McCulloch and McIntosh, both mortally wounded. Carr was so fearfully overmatched throughout the day that the Fayetteville road to Elkhorn Tavern, to support Carr, while Gen. Sigel should reenforce Davis at Leetown,both's division, reached Elkhorn at 5 P. M. He found Carr still fiercely fighting, having received three or foe from the center, and move forward to the ground on Carr's left, which was effected by midnight. Sigel, thoule at 1,351, of whom 701--more than half — were of Col. Carr's division. The Rebel loss can hardly have been l
t ordered McPherson to advance whatever of his corps was still disposable by the left to the enemy's front; and, proceeding himself to observe this movement, he discovered that the Rebels were in fill retreat. On reaching the Raymond road, he saw Carr's and then Osterhaus's division of McClernand's corps, well advanced on the left, and ordered them to pursue the enemy with all speed to the Black, and, if possible, across that river. This pursuit continued till after dark; resulting in the capt east, an open, cultivated bottom, nearly a mile broad, has a bayou of stagnant water, ten to twenty feet wide and two to three feet deep, to the east of it. This had been made to serve as a wet ditch, with a line of rifle-pits behind it; and here Carr's division was stopped two or three hours, until Lawler, commanding his right brigade, discovered a way of approach whereby it could be successfully assaulted, and ordered a charge, which was gallantly made; but the volley which was fired by the e
nion disaster at Marks's Mills Steele retreats attacked by Kirby Smith at Jenkins's Ferry Rebels repulsed Steele, burning his trains, escapes to little Rock Gen. Carr worsts Shelby at St. Charles Col. Brooks fights Dobbins at Big Cree's Shelby captures the 54th Illinois Union State Convention in Arkansas Steele's inefficieby crossed the Arkansas eastward of Little Rock, pushing northward to the White, near its mouth; and was met June 27. near St. Charles by four regiments under Gen. Carr, who worsted him, taking 200 prisoners. Our loss here in killed and wounded was 200; that of the Rebels was estimated by our officers at 500. Marmaduke soon approaching with renforcements for Shelby, Carr fell back on Clarendon, 20 miles below Duvall's bluff, where he also was reenforced; when the enemy retreated southward. There were, of course, a good many partisan encounters and raids during the Summer; in one of which a Union scouting party, under Capt. Jug, dashed July 25. int
ylor surrenders to, 754. Cantwell, Col., Ohio, killed at Bull Run, 189. Carlin, Col., at Perryville, Ky., 220. Carney's bridge, La., encounter at, 328. Carr, Gen., at Pea Ridge, 28 to 31; attacks Shelby in Arkansas, and captures 200 prisoners, 554. Carroll, Gen., severely wounded, 177. Carter, Gen., wounded at Frurg, near Antietam, fighting around, 208. Shaw, Col. Robert G., 54th Mass., killed at Fort Wagner. 477. Shelby, Gen., raids into Missouri, 453; is worsted by Carr near St. Charles, 554; captures most of the 54th Illinois, 555; pursues Ewing, 558. Shelbyville (or Tullahoma), position of Bragg's army, 404; Rosecrans advanceer, Gen., at Perryville, 219. State authority over militia, 488. State Elections, 486; account of, 508-10; the October, of 1864, 671-3. St. Charles, Ark., Carr fights Shelby at, 554. Steedman, Capt., naval expedition, 459. Steedman, Gen. J. B., at Chickamauga, 422; at Nashville, 686. Steele, Gen. F., at Yazoo Blu