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be ready for sea before Saturday or Sunday. The Warning of danger. We have already given several Yankee descriptions of the great battle of Shiloh yet the following, from a correspondent of a Cincinnati paper, is interesting, inasmuch as it contains a fresh admission of the cowardice of the Northern troops in the first day's fight: The sun never rose on a more beautiful morning than that of Sunday, April 6. Lulled by the general security, I had remained in pleasant quarters at Crump's, below Pittsburg Landing, on the river. By sunrise I was roused by the cry, "They're fighting above." Volleys of musketry could sure enough be distinguished, and occasionally the sullen boom of artillery came shooing down the stream.--Momentarily the volume of sound increased till it became evident that it was no skirmish that was in progress, and that a considerable portion of the army must be already engaged. Hastily springing on the guards of a passing steamboat, I hurried up. The