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hough not so proudly, as they had advanced : the 17th and 26th Louisiana, by a charge on their flank. capturing 4 flags, with 332 prisoners, and gathering up 500 small arms. Morgan, who had endeavored to throw a pontoon across, had ordered Col. Lindsey, with his own, Sheldon's, and two regiments of Thayer's brigade, to advance simultaneously with Blair and De Courcy, and ford the bayou farther to the right; but Lindsey failed to execute the order: reporting the narrow point at which the bayoLindsey failed to execute the order: reporting the narrow point at which the bayou was here fordable covered by a masked battery. On our right, the 6th Missouri, in A. J. Smith's advance, likewise went forward at noon, and crossed the bayou on a narrow sand-bar; but they found the bank so steep and so thoroughly swept by the enemy's rifles, that they could not force an ascent, but crouched under the bank, occasionally fired down upon by some eager sharp-shooter, till after dark; when they were withdrawn; having lost but 1-1 killed and 43 wounded. But Blair's brigade alon