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The Daily Dispatch: November 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], The late
Major-General J. C. Fremont
Latest from the South. important News from Missouri--the fight at Guyandotte — from the Potomac--Texas Intelligence, &c. We continue from the first page of this paper our extracts from the latest Southern papers received at this office: Important from Missouri--Successful skirmish near Springfield — the enemy Retreating Northward, &c. The editor of the Memphis Appeal had a conversation on the 18th inst. with Captain Myerson, who arrived in that city the day before direct from Springfield, Mo., as the bearer of dispatches to the President. The Appeal says: We learn from him that the skirmish near Springfield on the 2d inst., of which we have received intelligence from the Northern papers, was a decided Southern victory. Early in the morning on the day mentioned, 320 Confederate cavalry, encamped about a mile and a half from the town of Springfield, learning that they were soon to be attacked by Fremont's body- guard, numbering four hundred and fifty mount