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"sustained by both sides with splendid determination." Gen. Rosecrans marched from Nashville, on the Friday before the battlMcDonald, 4th United States Cavalry, not the feet from Gen. Rosecrans. That afternoon the Anderson Pennsylvania Cavalry, onur right wing. This correspondence with the wishes of Gen. Rosecrans, who instructed Gen. McCook to hold him in check stubb back. Meantime one of McCook's side had announced to Gen. Rosecrans, that Gen. Johnston had permitted the three batteries of action. Shell and shot fell around like hall. Gen. Rosecrans was himself incessantly exposed. It is wonderful thatn from us recapturing 500 prisoners of the enemy. Gen. Rosecrans determined to begin the attack this morning and openedoubtful. Both sides were uneasy, but determined. Gen. Rosecrans felt its importance fully. If he is defeated he will regard to the campaign in Tennessee and the movements of Rosecrans, says:"That the district of country through which he has