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were travelling. Nothing had been heard from Steele, and it seemed scarcely credible that he could cannon came booming over the water. Price or Steele was there, and in anxious suspense the whole lickly followed by one after another, as all of Steele's batteries wheeled into action. Steele had hSteele had heard the roar of our own and the enemy's artillery, and, understanding our peril, had pushed forward their one, Stange's howitzers upon our right, Steele's batteries upon the opposite side of the Arka, and were still two miles from the city. General Steele sent a message that Price had evacuated th growing nearer and nearer, and the shell from Steele's batteries, which had now been planted almostto the Arkadelphia road, leading south. General Steele's advance had been so rapid that he was no of the stream. He was evidently fearful that Steele had another pontoon, and would cross the riverDavidson's gallant conduct during the day, General Steele directed the following order to be issued,[3 more...]