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The Author's return to his division at Scott's Mill's Colonel Phillips' popularity with his troops rebels returning and taking the ohe refugees. Since we left Elm Springs as a separate command, Colonel Phillips has steadily grown in popularity with his troops, and we now binter. Though great care and interest have been manifested by Colonel Phillips in looking after them, yet it has been impossible to make themhed their destination in good condition. Yesterday (15th), Colonel Phillips sent a squad of ten rebel prisoners that we recently captured,o be exceedingly industrious and wide awake to gain a point on Colonel Phillips. His movements on the military chessboard show that he is notthat section an unsafe and an uncomfortable retreat for them. Colonel Phillips has not only shown sound judgment in the general management ofgs, is occupying the country around Springfield, it would seem Colonel Phillips' division is now occupying the most advanced position of any o
nt will soon have colored troops in the field Colonel Phillips' brother wounded Colonel Judson's brigade atmarching this distance, because, as I suppose, Colonel Phillips wishes to move at his leisure to those localit all that I can hear, I have no doubt but that Colonel Phillips' firmness, tempered with moderation, has had mitted to follow their own unbridled passions. Colonel Phillips has no doubt carefully considered and foreseente use, and complaint be made to headquarters, Colonel Phillips would have him immediately Court-martialed, ane said years hence, when the war is over, that Colonel Phillips, with perfect indifference, permitted the Fedeng for their liberty and their lives. Lieutenant Maxwell Phillips, of the Third Indian regiment, was woundeheast of us. Yesterday morning, March 1st, Colonel Phillips sent a scout in the direction of White river, us. The turning over of these prisoners to Colonel Phillips by the loyal Arkansas troops is noted with muc
Chapter 8: Colonel Phillips invited to address a mass meeting of the Union citizens of northwestern Arkansas, at Fayetteville the great difficulty in getting forage a scouting party returns from Van Buren the Indian division encamped on the edge of the battle field of Pea Ridge an account of the battle from data g the white soldiers remarks on the disease the Government should stock with animals to furnish Vaccine virus for the army. On the morning of March 4th, Colonel Phillips, with an escort of one hundred men, set out for Fayetteville. The Union citizens of Washington county have called a mass meeting to be held at that place, adestruction of the lives of our troops, and a prolonging of the contest. So it may be that obstacles will be interposed to prevent the deserved promotion of Colonel Phillips. It is getting to be more difficult every day to find sufficient forage for our animals. They are really beginning to feel the pinch of hunger, and I fe