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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2., Chapter 10: General Mitchel's invasion of Alabama.--the battles of Shiloh. (search)
division, on the extreme left of the National line, David L. Stuart was a resident of Chicago, and was then, as colonel ofattack. For ten minutes a desperate conflict ensued, when Stuart fell back and sent to Wallace for aid. It was furnished, arthur, however, so vigorously fought the Confederates that Stuart's force was saved from capture, and was enabled to retreatng, and of the camps of Sherman, McClernand, Prentiss, and Stuart. Three of the five divisions of that army on the field ha The gap made by the demolition of Prentiss's brigade and Stuart's retreat, through which the Confederates expected to rushom their new line, that stretched between the positions of Stuart and Hurlbut in the morning, from Lick Creek across the Cor reduced brigades of Withers, Cheatham, Ruggles, Anderson, Stuart, Pond, and Stevens were engaged. They were bravely met byhad recovered his line, and the brigade of the wounded Colonel Stuart (now commanded by the skillful Colonel T. Kilby Smith)