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d interesting from Missouri--arrival of Camp Jackson prisoners — movements of Gen. Price, &c. From the Memphis Avalanche, of the 10th inst., we extract the follow on the 2d Dec., and according to agreement, they were to be sent directly to Gen. Price's army; but on getting them at the Pacific Depot, they were informed that thele accessions since their arrival here. We learn that a gentleman from General Price's army in the city yesterday, gives it as his opinion that General Price wiGeneral Price will go to Leavenworth and capture enough arms to put a gun in the hands of all his army, take the St. Joseph Railroad, and thus cut off all supplies to St. Louis, comMissouri, and from him gleaned many facts in the highest degree creditable to Gen. Price as a General and a high-toned gentleman. We are perfectly satisfied that GenGen. Price has done all that a good General and brave man could have done under the circumstances, and trust that his future may be like the past only more abundant in r
The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Biographical sketch of Marble Nash Taylor. (search)
The Department of Missouri. The late report in regard to the appointment of Col. Heth to the command of the Department of Missouri, to supersede General Price, created intense excitement in the West, which was happily allayed by the following dispatch from the President to an officer in Memphis: Richmond, Dec. 9, 1861. To Major W. A. Broadwell: The rumor that Gen. Price will be superseded is false, if not malignant. I have not received a tender of Missouri troops, and conseqas happily allayed by the following dispatch from the President to an officer in Memphis: Richmond, Dec. 9, 1861. To Major W. A. Broadwell: The rumor that Gen. Price will be superseded is false, if not malignant. I have not received a tender of Missouri troops, and consequently have no power to make appointments for them, or to control their organization. Jeff. Davis. The report now current is that Col. Het has been simply assigned to the Department of Arkansas and Missouri.
The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Biographical sketch of Marble Nash Taylor. (search)
Federal Telegrams from Missouri. Syracuse, Mo., Dec. 7. --Busy preparations are being made for the erection of winter quarters. Gen. Price is still south of the Osage river, and near Osceola; if he crosses the river, lively times may be expected. Sedalia, Dec. 7.--To-day, at 10 o'clock, six teams, while on a foraging expedition near this place, were seized by a party of Confederate teamsters and taken prisoners.