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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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Smith,J. W. Macomber, F. H. Cowdeny,J. P. Greves, Albert Norton,J. T. Ashley, Geo. C. Fox,Jas. Hoy, Jas. D. Strong,David Fitch, John H. Brown,Lyman Knowlton, Albert Belamy,Miss Hannah Curtis, Mrs. M. O. Quoiff,Miss M. Albright, Mrs. Nicholson,Mrs. Jane Harlan, Miss Doxy,Miss R. Patton. Boston. E. W. Hooper,E. S. Philbrick, Wm. C. Gannett,Geo. H. Blake, J. E. Zachos,Dr. A. J. Wakefield, Jas. F. Sisson,Isaac W. Cole, J. W. R. Hill,Jas. H. Palmer, D. F. Thorpe,David Mack, T. Edwin Ruggles,J. M. F. Howard, F. E. Barnard,Dr. Jas. Waldock, Richard Soule, Jr.,Leonard Wesson, Dr. C. H. Brown,Wm. E. Peck, James E. Taylor,Frederick A. Eustis, Daniel Bowe,Wm. S. Clarke, Samuel D. Phillips,Jules L. DeCroix, Geo. M. Wells,Mrs. Elizabeth B. Hale, Miss Mena Hale,Miss E. H. Winsor. Miss M. A. Waldeck,  It will thus be seen that the persons composing the expedition do not come from one locality, but hail from Washington, New-York, Boston, Philadelphia, and other places.
affair: West-plains, April 30. On the sixteenth instant, Col. McCrellis, of the Third Illinois cavalry, was sent by Gen. Curtis with a detachment to the southward, to take possession of certain mills and ferries. One or two slight skirmishes took place, and the expedition proved successful, having, among other things, accomplished the destruction of the confederate saltpetre works below Talbott's Ferry. The force consisted of two battalions of the Illinois Third cavalry, under Majors Ruggles and Hubbard; Lieut. Heacock, with a detachment of fifty-five men from company F; Lieut. Perkins, with a detachment of forty-five men from company E, and Capt. Drummond, with a detail of fifty men from the Fourth Iowa cavalry; and the following details from Bowen's battalion: Lieut. Dickinson and Lieut. Curry, of company B, and Lieutenant Crabtree, of company A, with one mountain howitzer. The command moved over the Little North Fork of White River to Bratton's Store, directly east of