ould, and advanced, under your direction, to McClernand's camp.
At that point we were again broughtne time I had the honor of being named by Gen. McClernand as one of his staff.
About three P. M. Ifor a long time, until ordered forward by Gen. McClernand, who was alone bravely rallying and pushiehind a portion of Sherman's line, lay Major-Gen. McClernand's division, and between it and Stuart'd camp, pushing up the road to come in above McClernand, between him and where Sherman had been.
Drhat Gen. Prentiss could, with the left of Gen. McClernand's troops, probably hold the right, and sey Gen. Grant to move up to the support of Gen. McClernand, then engaged near his own camp with the e field.
I am under great obligations to Gen. McClernand for the honorable mention he has personalonday,) Gen. McCook having closed up with Gen. McClernand, and the enemy demonstrating in great force on the left, I went, by the request of Gen. McClernand, to the rear of his line, to bring up fre[44 more...]