cious security around the wilderness church of Shiloh!
At no period during our prolonged and sanguiing the landing, and General Cheatham occupied Shiloh as a military camp.
The country is undulatee, August, 1862.)
When the writer reached Shiloh (April 2d) he found the impression general thaf the Fifty-third.
It may be here stated that Shiloh church stood on the brow of a sloping hill, atgallant army surged onward to the red field of Shiloh!
General Sherman, at a recent interview, infomeasure for the preservation of the remains at Shiloh — that a cemetery be established, and graves ppected to answer one question: Was the army at Shiloh surprised? It has already been shown what was l to do with saving the honor of the nation at Shiloh?
Certain facetious writers have asserted thatsumed by those inimical to officers engaged at Shiloh, that the army was utterly demoralized and roueace has been proclaimed throughout the land.
Shiloh rests in its primitive solitude.
May its maim