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e they were reinforced, and finally gained the summit, driving the rebels before them. Two companies of regulars were at this time sent across the creek eastwardly to engage a rebel force in that direction, but were compelled to retire; when Lieut. Dubois opened his battery from the second ridge won, and threw a number of shells which exploded with great effect, and completely routed tills body. Blair's regiment was now withdrawn, and the Iowa First ordered to take its place, and the Kansas r Creek, Mo. this diagram was drawn by Frederick William Reeder, of Company C, First United States Cavalry, who participated in the battle. Explanation of diagram. A--Capt. Totten's Battery. B--Section of Capt. Totten's Battery. C--Capt. Dubois's Battery. D--Corn-field — hotly contested. E--Log house — hotly contested. F--Ambulances for sick. G--Second Missouri Volunteers. H--Second Kansas Volunteers. I--*Spot where Gen. Lyon fell. K--Masked rebel batteries. L--