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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 33. capture of Lexington, Missouri. (search)
forces should lay down their arms and surrender themselves as prisoners of war to this army. These terms, having been made known, were ratified by me and immediately carried into effect. Our entire loss in this series of engagements amounts to twenty-five killed and seventy-five wounded. The enemy's loss was much greater. The visible fruits of this almost bloodless victory are great — about three thousand five hundred prisoners, among whom are Cols. Mulligan, Marshall, Peabody, White, Grover, Major Van Horn, and one hundred and eighteen other commissioned officers, five pieces of artillery and two mortars, over three thousand stand of infantry arms, a large number of sabres, about seven hundred and fifty horses, many sets of cavalry equipments, wagons, teams, ammunition, more than one hundred thousand dollars' worth of commissary stores, and a large amount of other property. In addition to all this, I obtained the restoration of the Great Seal of the State and the Public Record
cue our fellow-soldiers, captured at Lexington by Price, viz, Colonel White, Col. Grover, and some twelve or fifteen others. We placed them on board the Sioux City It gives in detail the recapture of Lexington and the rescue of Cols. White and Grover from the hands of the rebels: Lexington, October 17, 1861. dear sir : be glad to hear some of the particulars concerning the rescue of Col. White, Col. Grover, and others of our gallant wounded at Lexington, I take a spare moment to sehe site of Price's headquarters, on the Fair grounds. When Mrs. White and Mrs. Grover met us at the door of the house where their husbands lay nearly dying, the serry-boats, and this morning seized the steamboat Florence. Colonels White and Grover were placed on board, and in a few moments will start for home and safety. Lemains. A scene of terror reigned; and but for our arrival, Colonels White and Grover would have met with a like fate. Thank God, the American flag is again float