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the army hopes Indians will hereafter be excluded from your forces. I am, captain, very respectfully, etc., yours, H. Z. Curtis, Assistant Adjutant-General. The following is a copy of Gen. Sigel's letter, to which reference is made in the ab army. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, F. Sigel, Brig.-Gen. Commanding First and Second Divisions. To Brig.-Gen. Curtis, Commanding Army of the South-west. A rebel narrative. The Richmond Whig of April ninth, contains the followumber of our foes. In no case did our estimate reach seventy-five per cent of their actual number. It was believed that Curtis left Rolla with not more than fifteen or sixteen thousand men. A part, of course, would be left as they came along to holice damaging the assailing columns very much, and in no instance losing a gun. In this way he moved backward toward where Curtis held the main wing. Quite a number of men were lost in this day's skirmishing on both sides, the Louisiana regiment bein