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o Arkansas Sigel's retreat from Bentonville battle of Pea Ridge Rebels defeated the War among the Indians fight at the Cache guerrilla operations fight at Newtonia Hindman driven into Arkansas Cooper routed at Maysville battle of Prairie Grove. Gen. Sterling Price was a good deal less indignant than any Unionist at thng a fresh invasion. Setting forward from Springfield Oct. 1. to Sarcoxie to reconnoiter the enemy's position, Gen. Salomon's advance had been overwhelmed at Newtonia by a large body of Rebel cavalry. Salomon had thereupon moved forward to their support, and renewed the battle at noon; fighting until sunset without serious loand the enemy's in his front at 7,000. Gen. Schofield, being reenforced by Gen. Blunt from Arkansas, found himself at the head of 10,000 men; while the Rebels at Newtonia were estimated at 13,000 to 20,000. He resolved to advance the night and attack at daylight next morning; Gen. Blunt approaching Newtonia from the north and wes
Gen. Mower follows him from Arkansas Rebels capture Glasgow Price at Lexington fights Blunt on the little Blue fights Curtis on the Big Blue escapes southward, by little Santa Fe Pleasanton routs him on the little Osage Blunt routs him at Newtonia Curtis chases him to Fayetteville, Ark. Gen. Banks was in New Orleans, intent on further operations against Texas by way of Galveston and the sea-coast, when he received Jan. 23, 1864. a dispatch from Halleck, prescribing (or, as Halleck n turning to Fort Scott for needful food and rest; and Smith moving to Harrisonville with the same purpose. Blunt, with his Kansas men and Benteen's brigade, followed by Sanborn, kept tlhe trail of the flying foe; striking Oct. 28. them at Newtonia, near the south-west corner of the State, and, being outnumbered, was evidently getting worsted, when Sanborn — who bad marched 102 miles in 36 hours--came up, and changed the fortunes of the day. The Rebels resumed their flight — having little
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