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t the enemy outnumbered us two or three to one. Their greatest loss was occasioned in attempting to storm our entrenchments, behind which Col. Lamer's artillery was stationed. Col. Lamar was the hero of the battle. He was severely wounded. Col. McEnery also deserves great praise. He led his Louisianians fearlessly into the fight, with the watchword, "Remember Butler." Every day's exploration of the surrounding woods reveals additional dead of the enemy. It has been ascertained that a e of the most brilliant successes of the war. If the Confederate Government is looking for material for more. Brigadier Generals, let promotion fall upon the lion hearted Col. Lamar, who defended the entrenchments and the gallant and chivalrous McEnery, who, like Blucher, came into the field just in the nick of time. Since the battle, the enemy have been entrenching themselves silently at the lower end of Juices Island. As their plan of assault has proved impracticable, it is presumed th