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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 10: the last invasion of Missouri.--events in East Tennessee.--preparations for the advance of the Army of the Potomac. (search)
onville, the capital of Cass County, for the same purpose. The Kansas troops, with Benteen's brigade, continued the pursuit, followed by Sandborn's cavalry. They drove the fugitives whenever they attempted to make a stand, until they reached Newtonia, in the southwest corner of Missouri. Price was then moving at a panic pace, strewing the line of his march with the wrecks of wagons and other materials of war, broken and burnt. He turned at Newtonia and offered battle. October 28. He was gNewtonia and offered battle. October 28. He was gaining decided advantages, when Sandborn, who had marched one hundred and two miles in thirty-six hours, came up and assisted in defeating him. Price again fled, and made his way into Western Arkansas, followed by Curtis, who found Nov. 14. Colonel La Rue, who was occupying Fayetteville, with the First Arkansas (Union) Cavalry, closely besieged by an overwhelming force. Colonel Brooks had surrounded the post with two thousand Confederates, whom La Rue easily kept at bay until Fagan's division
l operations against the forts below, 2.330-2.340; arrival of Farragut with his fleet at, 2.342; panic in, 2.340-2.342; occupation of by National troops, 2.345; Gen. Butler's administration of affairs in, 2.346-2.352; policy of Gen. Banks in, 2.592; threatened by Gen. Dick Taylor, 3.220; visit of the author to, 3.524. New Orleans forts, bombardment of by Farragut and Porter, 2.330-2.337. Newport Newce, fortification of, 1.501. New River, Floyd driven from his position on, 2.101. Newtonia, Mo., battles at, 2.533, and 3.280. New Year's Day in Washington, 1861, 1.151. New York, action of representatives from on the withdrawal of South Carolina members of Congress, 1.141; patriotic resolutions adopted by the legislature of, 1.204; response of to the President's call for troops, 1.428; dispatch of troops from for the defense of Washington, 1.429. New York City, the secession of proposed by Mayor Wood, 1.205; alarm in commercial circles in 1.206; immense meeting of citiz