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and Raines, were nearest the position taken by General Lyon, with his main force; they were instantly turned to the left and opened the battle with an incessant fire of small arms Woodruff opposed his battery to the battery of the enemy under Capt. Totten, and a constant cannonading was kept up between these batteries during the battle. Hebert's regiment of Louisiana Volunteers, and Mclntosh's regiment of Arkansas Mounted Riflemen, were ordered to the front, and after passing the battery (Tottthe Louisiana regiment was again called into action on the left of it. The battle then became general, and probably no two opposing forces ever fought with greater desperation; inch by inch the enemy gave way, and were driven from their position; Totten's battery fell back. Missourians, Arkansians, Louisianians and Texans pushed forward. The incessant roll of musketry was deafening, and the balls fell thick as had stones; but still our gallant Southerners pushed onward, and with one wild yell