that the capture of the camp caused ex-Governor Sterling Price, President of the State Convention, as this was made known to the Governor and General Price, they ordered the militia to be gotten in h-west to intercept the retreat of Jackson and Price if they should undertake to effect a junction ng this plan, had first attempted to intercept Price.
Failing in that, he had now, with more boldnr who commanded them, refused to attack unless Price and Pearce would confer upon him the chief command.
Price had been a brigadier-general in Mexico, when McCulloch was but a captain of scouts, anat, to get from him certain supplies which General Price greatly needed, particularly caps for the plan was magnificent — to capture or disperse Price's army; march to Little Rock and occupy the plhem safely over.
After crossing the Osage, Price marched quickly to Neosho, where the General At of March.
After a hurried consultation with Price and McCulloch, he decided to instantly attack