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The battle of Shiloh.graphic account of the First day's fight. The Western mall falled last evening beyond Knoxville, but fortunately the Southern mail came through, and we are enabled to present to our readers a full and graphic account of the first day's fight at Shiloh, written by the army correspondent of the Savannah Republican: We commenced the attack at sunrise this morning. Our order of battle is said to be the strongest known to military science. We advanced in three parallel lines or corps, each one in line of battle. The first or front corps was led by Major-General Hardee. Immediately behind him came a full complement of artillery. A thousand yards in his rear followed the second corp or line, led by Major-General Bragg. Immediately in his rear came more artillery, and behind them came the third corps, being our reserve, commanded by Major-General Polk. Gen. Johnston was in supreme command, nobly assisted by Gen. Beauregard. The artillery was commanded