aced his steps from the Arkansas border, entering Springfield in triumph, and subsequently advancing to Osceolageneral engagement.
He retreated rapidly through Springfield and Cassville, closely pursued, and fighting at ittsville, on the direct road from Fayetteville to Springfield.
This attempt to isolate, overwhelm, and crush Sthrough Fayetteville northward to Keytesville and Springfield.
But Van Dorn perceived neither the necessity noew the undoubted death of Lyon and abandonment of Springfield tended strongly to corroborate — the Chiefs of mo3d Wisconsin cavalry, which had come through from Springfield alone and unassailed, proceeded to Augusta, wherest, invaded south-western Missouri, and, avoiding Springfield, moved rapidly northward.
Col. Clark Wright, 6threatening a fresh invasion.
Setting forward from Springfield
Oct. 1. to Sarcoxie to reconnoiter the enemy'sleader at Wilson's creek, some 10 miles south of Springfield, but with most of his command from 10 to 20 miles
Col., killed at second Bull Run, 689.
Brown, Col. J. M., killed at Fair Oaks, 144.
Brown, Gen. E. B., fights at Arrow Rock, 453.
Brown, Gen., killed at Springfield, 447.
Brown, Maj.-Gen., wounded at Franklin, 683.
Bruinsburg, Miss., Grant's base of supplies, 304.
Buchanan, Admiral Franklin, commands ram Manassas, , taken by Sherman, 628.
maritime law, in relation to belligerents, 642.
Marks's Mill, Ark., Fagan triumphs at, 553.
Marmaduke, Gen. M. M., defeated at Springfield, Mo.--repulsed at Hartsville — driven out of Batesville, 447; retreats into Arkansas, 448: defeated at Little Rock. 451; beaten again near Columbia, Ark., 551; ., 605.
Shepherdstown, Md., 393.
Solemn Grove, N. C., 705.
Somerset, Ky., 427.
Somerville, Tenn., 616.
South Mills, N. C., 80
Spring Hill, Tenn., 284.
Springfield, Mo., 447.
Springfield, W. Va., 599.
St. Charles, Ark., 554.
Stony Creek, Va., 588.
Strasburg, Va., 612.
Suffolk, Va., 366.
Sutherlands Depot, Va., 734.