but to return to Little Rock.
Gen Price undertook to retain Gen Steele at Camden, while Gen Marmaduke act off for Little Rock.
Steele, to act for the safety of the capital of Arkansas, with itsroke through the lines of Gen Price, and set out to get to Little Rock in time to save it from Marmaduke, who was also making every exertion to reach and bag the proposed game.
At Sabine Fork itting in the complete repulse of the enemy, and leaving Steele to resume his exciting race with Marmaduke.
Marmaduke approached Little Rock, throwing shells into the city, on the afternoon of theMarmaduke approached Little Rock, throwing shells into the city, on the afternoon of the 1st instant.
Shortly afterward Carr's cavalry came up, and these joining the troops at the post, compelled Marmaduke to relinquish his undertaking.
He made little resistance as the main body of StMarmaduke to relinquish his undertaking.
He made little resistance as the main body of Steele's army was rapidly arriving.
The Arkansas Legislature was in session, and probably not one of its members, if caught, would have been spared by the exasperated foe.
During the entire m