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himself more than another. Every man was brave, cool, and active, and every one was a hero. Too much praise cannot be accorded to the men for their conduct during the whole of this long and severe engagement. I am, General, very respectfully, your obedient servant, C. W. Dunlap, Lieut.-Colonel Commanding Detachment, Twenty-first Iowa Infantry Volunteers. To Brig.-Gen. Fitz-Henry Warren, Commanding Forces at Houston, Mo. A National account. camp at Houston, Texas Co., Mo., January 14, 1863. Editor Dubuque times: On Friday, the ninth instant, at ten o'clock A. M., a portion of General Fitz-Henry Warren's brigade, under command of Colonel Merrill, received marching orders, and a part of the Twenty-first Iowa, Ninety-ninth Illinois, Third Iowa, Third Missouri cavalry with two pieces of artillery — in all about eight hundred men — for a forced march to Springfield. All was action throughout the camps, all wanted to go, but some were ordered to remain, with a part of the o
Rear-Admiral Commanding Mississippi Squadron. Hon. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy. Report of Lieutenant Commanding Owen. United States Mississippi Squadron, United States gunboat Louisville, off Arkansas Post, Arkansas River, January 14, 1863. sir: I have the honor to transmit the report of killed and wounded on board this vessel, the damages sustained from the enemy's guns, and the amount of ammunition expended during the engagements of yesterday and to-day with the enemy's bad existed there. A peculiar feature of this battle was that Texas defended Arkansas. All but a thousand of the men were from the former State. W. E. W. A rebel narrative. Yankee steamer Nebraska, Off the post of Arkansas, Wednesday, January 14, 1863. Editors Richmond Enquirer: The most remarkable battle of the war has just been fought at this place. It is the first time in the history of this war that three thousand men have resolved to make a stand against fifty thousand in