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ond division. Brig.-Gen. Asboth commanding. First Brigade. Col. Schaefer commanding. Second Missouri infantry. Second Ohio battery, six guns, Lieut. Chapman. Second Brigade. Col. Joliet commanding. Fifteenth Missouri infantry. Capt. Elbert's flying battery, six guns. Sixth Missouri cavalry, Col. Wright. Battalion Fourth Missouri cavalry, Major Messaur. Gen. Sigel commanded the First and Second divisions, thus filling the position of Field-Marshal. Third division. Col. headquarters First and Second divisions, Camp Hoffman, Mo., March 20, 1862. General: I beg leave to direct your attention to the information which was received yesterday at Keitsville, by some of the wounded of the Flying battery. While Capt. Elbert's three pieces of artillery were taken by the enemy, and our men serving the guns were surrounded, they were shot dead by the rebels, although seeking refuge behind the horses. When such acts are committed, it is very natural that our soldi
Twelfth Missouri, under command of Major Wengelin, the flying battery, under Capt. Elbert, and the whole disposable cavalry force under Col. Nemett, comprising the Bepanies of the Fifteenth Missouri, two pieces of the flying artillery, under Captain Elbert, and two companies of the Benton hussars, under Major Heinricks, I ordered iked and then taken by the enemy, but retaken and unspiked. Three pieces of Capt. Elbert's flying battery had been lost near Leesville, the trails burnt by the enemysars,) six companies Fifth Missouri cavalry, (Benton hussars,) two pieces of Capt. Elbert's flying battery. It was about seven o'clock in the morning when the firiers of reserve, (Second Ohio, under Lieut. Granswood,) and the two pieces of Capt. Elbert's flying battery, to report to Col. Osterhaus, on the left, to shell and batnth and Third Missouri followed in double-quick time, assisted by two pieces of Elbert's flying artillery. Other troops of the First division, all under Colonel Oste