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Chapter 12: The author sent with dispatches to Colonel Harrison at Cassville, Missouri the First night's march in a storm of thunder and lightning the
ng in a lonely retreat
return to Fort Gibson.
I have already mentioned Colonel Harrison leaving Fayetteville with his troops and marching to Cassville, Missouri.
gher then stated that he had important dispatches which he wanted taken to Colonel Harrison, at Cassville, Missouri,--a distance of about one hundred and fifty miles the 5th we reached Cassville, and delivered the dispatches and packages to Colonel Harrison, commanding the post.
From conversations with some of the officers and so liged to remain here perhaps a week to await dispatches from Springfield.
Colonel Harrison will probably endeavor to justify his action before the Department Command any forces of the enemy other than bands of guerrillas and bushwhackers.
Colonel Harrison, it would seem, is needlessly nervous, and his nervousness may be slightly