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Latest from Missouri.a fight at Lynn Creek — the Confederates dispersed — whereabouts of Gen. Fremont, &c. St. Louis, Oct. 18. --The reported withdrawal of Maj. R. M. Corwin from Gen. Fremont's staff is officially contradicted. Syracuse, Mo., Oct. 19.--It is reported that acting Brigadier General Wyman, who left Rolla several days since with about 2,500 men, has arrived at Lynn Creek, where he dispersed a body of rebels, killing a considerable number and taking over 200 prisoners, capturing eighteen wagon-loads of goods belonging to Messrs. McClung & Co., whom the rebels had robbed. The last advices from Gen. Fremont are to 7 o'clock Friday night. He is still at Warsaw. His pontoon bridge across the Osage river was to be finished by Saturday. Gen. Siegel's division had crossed the river. It is reported that Gen. Price has been largely reinforced by Ben McCulloch, and that the combined forces are fortifying Ocecia, where they intended to give Gen. Fremont batt
The Daily Dispatch: November 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Trivial cases. (search)
John and Joshua Shunan, Gardner and Sumner, of Baltimore, have been released from Fort Warren on taking the oath of allegiance to the Federal Government. "The Laurecla" is the title of a spirited little weekly literary journal, just started at Farmville, Va., under the suspicious of the Le Vire Literary Society. It is edited by two Misses--"L. M. K," and "O. S. W." Wyman, the ventriloquist and magicism, is giving exhibitions in Baltimore. Jool M. Smith, city Treasurer of Nashville, Tenn., died on the 11th inst., at that place, in the 10th year of his age.
The Daily Dispatch: January 18, 1862., [Electronic resource], Latest News from
Latest News from Gen. Price --The Little Rock Journal, of the 7th inst., says: We learn from Col. C. W Board that intelligence has been received by the military board here that Gen. Price is marching on Rolla, to attack the Federals, sixteen thousand in number, under sigel and Wyman, and are this has whipped the rascals, and is making ready to march on Sedalin and serve Gen. Popes eighteen thousand Yanks the same way.