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to attack. He gradually retraced his steps from the Arkansas border, entering Springfield in triumph, and subsequently advancing to Osceola, on the Osage, thence pushing forward his forces unresisted over the greater part of southern and western Missouri, occupying in force Lexington and other points on the great river, where Slavery and Rebellion were strong, and subsisting his army on the State from which they might and should have been excluded. The village of Warsaw was burned, Nov. 19, 1861. and Platte City partially so, Dec. 16. by Rebel incendiaries or guerrillas; and there were insignificant combats at Salem, Dec. 3. Rogers' Mill, Dec. 7. near Glasgow, Potosi, Lexington, Mount Zion, Dec. 28. near Sturgeon, and some other points, at which the preponderance of advantage was generally on the side of the Unionists. Even in North Missouri, nearly a hundred miles of the railroad crossing that section was disabled and in good part destroyed Dec. 20. by a concert