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hem to Clarkville Standwatie and Quantrell repulsed by Col. Phillips at Fort Gibson Sioux butcheries in Minnesota Gen. Sibk Nation. in the Cherokee Nation, which was held by Col. Wm. A. Phillips, with some 800 mounted men and a regiment of Creek Indians. Phillips's Indian scouts proved untrustworthy, letting the enemy approach him unannounced; still, lie had works whn a strong position five miles from his fort; and there Col. Phillips attacked them with spirit — he driving them (or they esover the Arkansas, with a loss of 50 or 60 on each side. Phillips seems to have conducted his part of the affair with judgm17. Blunt advanced in two columns, under Cols. Judson and Phillips; deploying rapidly to right and left when within 400 yard) had been worsted, in the Indian Territory, by Blunt and Phillips, undertook, under Shelby, a Fall raid into Missouri--probdwatie and Quantrell made another attack Dec. 18. on Col. Phillips's outposts near Fort Gibson, Indian Territory; but, aft