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Before the battle. The Memphis Avalanches, three days before the great battle of Shiloh published the subjoined: Our pickets were driven in by the enemy near Inka on Tuesday evening. They were afterwards pursued by our forces, but they received out of herm's reach. An engagement is expected at or near Corinth, on or near the Tennessee river, within a few days at most. We have every confidence in the result of this approaching battle. We repose every confidence in the skill and tact of our commanding Generals, especially of Polk, Beauregard, Bragg, and Johnston, and the men they command are anxious to encounter the foe. A braver and better army never fought a battle on this continent. We do not write for effect, but to give a candid expression of our views in the premises. We have able and skillful Generals; we have brave and invincible soldiers. We may safely calculate on a signal victory in the coming battle, which promises to be the battle of this war. We expec