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company E, (since dead.) Wounded--Major Charles Blent; Capt. Henry Curtis, Jr., company A; Capt. E. B. Payne, company C; First Lieut. J. iments, we changed position and went towards the headquarters of Gen. Curtis, near Pea Ridge. At seven o'clock, on the morning of the eighthgreatest coolness, and did not fall back until ordered to do so. Gen. Curtis then ordered me to take a new position, supporting the First Iow he had scarcely left town before a despatch-bearer arrived from Gen. Curtis making the same announcement, and ordering our immediate return. Cross Hollows. On receiving intelligence of the rebel advance, Gen. Curtis decided to concentrate his forces at Sugar Creek, a short distaned with water. On the fifth, General Sigel received orders from Gen. Curtis to join him at Pea Ridge, and on the sixth marched from Bentonviuring the encounter. The camp whence the rebels marched upon General Curtis, was situated on and near the Boston Mountains, about fifty mil