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leading different regiments into action, and his presence gave confidence everywhere. I have the honor to be, sir, Your obedient servant, Ben McCulloch, Brigadier-General Commanding. Missouri Democrat narrative. Springfield, Green County, Mo., Sunday, August 11, 1861. Night before last, a little army of fifty-two hundred men moved in two columns on a march of twelve or fifteen miles, to attack a body of rebels twenty-two thousand strong. In a military point of view the move a late hour last evening, bringing away our wounded, reports our men comparatively few with those of the enemy, whose dead were lying thick under the trees. --St. Louis Democrat, August 15. New York Tribune narrative. Springfield, Green Co., Mo., Sunday, August 11, 1861. We have passed through one of the most terrible battles ever fought upon the continent, and, though we drove the enemy from his stronghold and successfully repulsed his repeated attempts to retake it, forced him t
leading different regiments into action, and his presence gave confidence everywhere. I have the honor to be, sir, Your obedient servant, Ben McCulloch, Brigadier-General Commanding. Missouri Democrat narrative. Springfield, Green County, Mo., Sunday, August 11, 1861. Night before last, a little army of fifty-two hundred men moved in two columns on a march of twelve or fifteen miles, to attack a body of rebels twenty-two thousand strong. In a military point of view the move a late hour last evening, bringing away our wounded, reports our men comparatively few with those of the enemy, whose dead were lying thick under the trees. --St. Louis Democrat, August 15. New York Tribune narrative. Springfield, Green Co., Mo., Sunday, August 11, 1861. We have passed through one of the most terrible battles ever fought upon the continent, and, though we drove the enemy from his stronghold and successfully repulsed his repeated attempts to retake it, forced him t