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on's Creek. A Capt. Totten's Battery. B Section of Totten's Battery. C Dubois's Battery. DCornfield.hotly contested. ELog House, F Road to Cassvilleer Gen. Lyon, had waked up the great body of the Rebels; Capt. Totten's and Lieut. Dubois's batteries opening upon their immense masses with great vigor and decided ag. They were, therefore, permitted to move down the hill within easy range of Dubois's battery, until they had reached the covered position at the foot of the ridge along our entire lines the fiercest and most bloody engagement of the day. Lieut. Dubois's battery on our left, gallantly supported by Maj. Osterhaus's battalion anzzle to nuzzle, Capt. Granger rushed to the rear and brought up the supports of Dubois's battery, consisting of two or three companies of the 1st Missouri, three comp retreat was given soon after the enemy gave way from our front and center, Lieut. Dubois's battery having been previously sent to occupy, with its supports, the hil