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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 1. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—the first autumn. (search)
t allow such an opportunity to escape him. Colonel Siegel, a German officer, with two regiments and red beyond Neosho. After occupying this town, Siegel determined to go and attack the troops under Pnd to cut them off from the road to Carthage. Siegel, being obliged to order a retreat, fell back ur from Osceola, where they received tidings of Siegel's fight at Carthage, five days before. Had thcompanies, 1 battery, 884 men; the 2d brigade, Siegel, 3d and 4th Missouri, 2 batteries, 1420 men; ttill prevailing darkness, Lyon on one side and Siegel on the other found themselves in sight of the not afford each other mutual support. While Siegel was thus crushed, the Confederates returned wiend; these were the forces who had just fought Siegel, and those guns had been captured from his colFederals' retreat, and of the trophies left by Siegel in the hands of the enemy, spread rapidly thro respective commands of Generals Hunter, Pope, Siegel, McKinstry, and Asboth, and accompanied by eig[15 more...]