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with great difficulty to the front of the rebel centre, Rousseau's division being in reserve. Crittenden's corps was posted in comparatively clear ground on their left, Palmer's and Van Cleve's divisook's flanks, was drawn into an ambuscade and its two Majors Rodegarten and War, were killed. Crittenden's corps lost 4 killed and 21 wounded that day, including Adjutant Elliott, of the 57th Indianscess, continued to visit other parts of the field, and, with the aid of Gens. Thomas. McCook, Crittenden, Rousseau. Negley, and Wood, the tide of battle was turned. Early in the day we were serong the whole line, and the enemy began to fall back rapidly. He now galloped to the front of Crittenden's left, with his staff in order the line of battle when the enemy opened a full battery and emerrible fire was opened. The enemy began to give way Gen. Thomas pressing on their centre and Crittenden advancing on their left. The battle was more severe at that hour than it had been, and the re