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to arrest the Governor and Legislature. Latest from M' Culloch's. Army. We find in the Fort Smith Times the following dispatches: Fayetteville, Nov. 11th.--Maj. Geo. W. Clarke: Gen. McCulloch directs that all traveling from Fort Smith, in this direction, be done on the Frog Bayon road, as the other reads will be blockaded. W. M. Montgomery, Maj. A. Q. M. Fayetteville, Nov. 11th.--Maj. Clarke: Gov. Jackson was quite sick last night. Gen. Price has fallen back to Pineville, and Gen. McCulloch to the Arkansas line, and is cutting the roads full of timber, to prevent the Federals from advancing on him. The people here are fixing to ne, waiting for Lane, who is said to be approaching at the head of 8,500 Jayhawkers. The following dispatch, dated "Headquarters, Little Sugar Creek, Ark., Nov. 11, we copy from the Fort Smith Times, Nov. 14: Major Geo. W. Clarke: The General Commanding directs that you forward immediately all the companies that a
of the assistance they could render if at liberty, and many are of the three months volunteers, who made no provision for absence beyond that time, and whose future welfare depends upon their return at the very earliest period. The late fight near Piketon, Ky. The details of the battle at Piketon, Ky., which reach us by mail differ very materially from the first telegraphic reports of that affair. The Cincinnati Gazette has the following letter: Piketon, Pike County, Ky., Nov. 11. --In my letter of last Thursday, I stated that the Thirty-third Ohio and a battalion of flanking companies under Major Hart, had started for this place, and that we were to follow in the afternoon. The difficulty in getting the wagons, containing our provisions, over the river, detained us so much that we did not get off until the next morning. The division was composed of the Second, Twenty-first, Fifty-ninth, and Col. Marshall's incomplete regiment. Gen. Nelson took command in person.