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ls between the Seventeenth and Forty-ninth. McAllister's guns were distributed along the point; Dich was completed during the night, and two of McAllister's guns and a ten-pound rifled gun of the Firre, supported by Taylor's battery and two of McAllister's guns, (one having been disabled by a shot o hundred and eighty-four rounds to the gun. McAllister's guns did good service. They were three twnth regiment,1346968 Taylor's battery,18 9 McAllister's battery, 2 2   Aggregate,123461103687 th Kentucky, Col. Shackleford. Taylor's and McAllister's batteries. Seventh Illinois cavalry, Cad the fight became of terrific proportions. McAllister's battery took position on an eminence, and st gap broken through the National line that McAllister's battery was stationed, and where for a times above them. Cavender, Taylor, Woods, (of McAllister's battery,) Dresser, and Swartz would occasiobliged to retire; a portion of Swartz's and McAllister's batteries had been lost and gained, and lo[4 more...]<
Third brigade, Col. Raitt commanding, Seventeenth, Twenty-ninth and Forty-ninth Illinois, Lieut.-Cols. Wood, Farrell and Pease, and Forty-third Illinois, Col. Marsh. Besides this fine show of experienced troops, they had Schwartz's, Dresser's, McAllister's and Waterhouse's batteries. As already stated, McClernand was first called into action shortly after the surprise of Sherman's left brigade, (Hildebrand's)--about seven in the morning--by having to move up his left brigade to support Shermre wounded, and carried from the field. Line officers had suffered heavily. The batteries were broken up. Schwartz had lost half his guns and sixteen horses. Dresser had lost several of his rifled pieces, three caissons and eighteen horses. McAllister had lost half his twenty-four-pound howitzers. The soldiers fought bravely to the last — let no man question that — but they were at a fearful disadvantage. Gradually they began falling back, more slowly than had Prentiss's regiments, or pa