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llinois infantry. Twelfth Missouri infantry. Seventeenth Missouri infantry. Battalion Third Missouri infantry. Two battalions Benton hussars, (cavalry.) One battalion Thirty-ninth Illinois cavalry. Battery A, Capt. Welfrey, six guns. Battery B, six guns. First Brigade. Col. Coler commanding. Twenty-fifth Illinois infantry. Forty-fourth Illinois infantry. Second Brigade. Col. Greusel commanding. Second division. Brig.-Gen. Asboth commanding. First Brigade. Col. Schaefer commanding. Second Missouri infantry. Second Ohio battery, six guns, Lieut. Chapman. Second Brigade. Col. Joliet commanding. Fifteenth Missouri infantry. Capt. Elbert's flying battery, six guns. Sixth Missouri cavalry, Col. Wright. Battalion Fourth Missouri cavalry, Major Messaur. Gen. Sigel commanded the First and Second divisions, thus filling the position of Field-Marshal. Third division. Col. Jeff. C. Davis, commanding. First Brigade. Col. Barton, commandi
des: Cols. Dodge, Osterhaus, Vandever, White, Schaefer; Pattison and Grewsel. The three first named to Pineville. The Second Missouri, under Col. Schaefer, and one company of cavalry were stationeded to leave the camp, I received news from Col. Schaefer, at Osage Mills, that his pickets posted isition of my command. I therefore ordered Col. Schaefer to break up his camp immediately, to send to Osage Springs, to communicate with Colonel Schaefer, and to bring news to Bentonville as soon as ain. Meanwhile the Second Missouri, under Col. Schaefer, and one part of the First division arrivethis matter is satisfactorily explained by Col. Schaefer, but in the same time, I regret to report ur companies of the Second Missouri, under Col. Schaefer, and four pieces of the Second Ohio battertween the battery and the Keitsville road, Col. Schaefer, with the Second Missouri, was ordered to Seventeenth Missouri Volunteers, whilst Colonels Schaefer and Joliat, with the Second and Fifteent