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William Tecumseh Sherman, Memoirs of General William T. Sherman ., volume 1, Chapter 9: battle of Shiloh. March and April, 1862. (search)
ll and Sanger, inspector-generals; Lieutenants McCoy and John Taylor, aides-de-camp. We were all conscious that the enemy wag on Shiloh meeting-house. Two batteries of artillery — Taylor's and Waterhouse's — were posted, the former at Shiloh, anin the woods to our front, throwing shells into our camp. Taylor's and Waterhouse's batteries promptly responded, and I theown regiment was in disorder. I therefore gave orders for Taylor's battery — still at Shiloh — to fall back as far as the Pervice in holding the enemy in check for some time, and Major Taylor also came up with another battery and got into positionand slowly, under a heavy fire of musketry and artillery. Taylor had just got to me from the rear, where he had gone for am5 49 Forty-eighth Ohio113370145 Seventieth Ohio 9153139 Taylor's battery, no report       Behr's1      Barrett's 1 5   of the enemy were in safe and comfortable shelter. To Major Taylor, chief of artillery, I feel under dee