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E. McCulloch's regiment had gone to garrison posts on the Red river; that Lieut. Col. Baylor's battalion was to leave that day to garrison other posts on the border; that Major Waller, with two companies of artillery, McCailister's company of infantry, and Capt. Buquor's company, were marching on similar service. Col. Young, of the Texas State troop had reported officially to the Governor respection the abandonment by the U. S. troops of Arbuckle and Washita, and of their retreat into Kansas, Fort Cobb, it was supposed, had also been abandoned. Governor Clark, the thoughtful and resolute Executive of the State, was in San Antonic, and the citizens of the place were giving him a very warm welcome. Lieutenant Whipple, of the third U. S. Infantry, was in bad odor. He had given his parole, before being 1st loose, to the gallant Col. Van Dorn, and violated it instantly. A letter written by him is published in the Ledger. It shows that he has disgraced the service; but no
The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
r into Georgetown, S. C. The Savannah is armed with an 18-pounde pivot gun amidships, and was formerly a piliotboat. Her crew, consisting of 30 men, were in irons on board the Minuesota. Important from Missouri, St. Louis, June 16. --It is reliably stated that there are 2,000 State troops at Boonesville, well entrenched, with cannon, determined to resist the Federal forces. The Secessionists are said to have full away on both sides of the Missouri river from Boonesville to Kansas.--Besides the Federal forces at St. Louis and enroute to Jefferson City, there are fourteen Illinois regiments within a few hours! march of St. Louis. There is a report of a skirmish near Independence, in which the Federal forces are represented to have been repulsed, but this requires confirmation. From Cairo. St. Louis, June 15. --Major Gen. McClellan addressed the troops at Cairo on the 13th promising them they should be the leaders of the great army, and that ere long
Missouri --The St. Louis News says there is good reason to believe that a considerable number of Confederate troops are assembled in Arkansas, in the Indian country and in Northern Texas, for an advance into Kansas and Missouri to seize the Newtown lead mines and march to the assistance of Gov. Jackson the moment he invites them.