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ana regiment, and killed him. This was the only unfortunate occurrence of the day. The attack by Capt. Woodruff upon Totten's battery is briefly but emphatically described: Woodruff tackled Totten and "lifted him clear cut of the water," aTotten and "lifted him clear cut of the water," and his track was marked by dead Dutch, as thick as pumpkins on bottom land. A gallant man fell of the Missourians, Col. Weightman, who said that morning before the battle, that he intended to redeem the character of Missouri, or lose his life. The nd saved me." Other writers thus allude to the same attack: Woodruff's battery was brought against our friend Totten, and Woodruff compelled him to retire, killing nearly all his men. Woodruff is a gallant fellow, and made every shot counained himself admirably; is a bold and gallant officer; has the praise of the whole army; threw shot, shall, and grape on Totten's battery to such an extent that he had to retreat; drew off his guns, and took charge of the infantry in a field where h