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Chapter 8: Colonel Phillips invited to address a mass meeting of the Union citizens of northwestern Arkansas, at Fayetteville the great difficulty in getting forage a scouting party returns from Van Buren the Indian division encamped on the edge of the battle field of Pea Ridge an account of the battle from data
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On the morning of March 4th, Colonel Phillips, with an escort of one hundred men, set out for Fayetteville.
The Union citizens of Washington county have called a mass meeting to be held at that place, a destruction of the lives of our troops, and a prolonging of the contest.
So it may be that obstacles will be interposed to prevent the deserved promotion of Colonel Phillips.
It is getting to be more difficult every day to find sufficient forage for our animals.
They are really beginning to feel the pinch of hunger, and I fe