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feet of me. My horse was slightly wounded, but not enough to hurt — he stood the battle finely. I was by the side of Gen. McCulloch when a battery opened on us with grape, killed Johnson's horse and made the leaves fly around us; I did not feel frigve won the fight, after the surprise and loss of position. Gen. Pearce led the 34 regiment, and part of the 5th to McCulloch's aid, and saved the day. After the fight, McCulloch said, "Pearce, you saved me and the battle; they had me down, you McCulloch said, "Pearce, you saved me and the battle; they had me down, you brought me the 34 and 5th and saved me." Other writers thus allude to the same attack: Woodruff's battery was brought against our friend Totten, and Woodruff compelled him to retire, killing nearly all his men. Woodruff is a gallant felland better all the time, the Federalists have scattered to the woods and are completely routed." The State troops under command of Gen. Pierce left Springfield for Camp Walker on the 16th inst. Gen. McCulloch with his forces has gone to Ft. Scott.
received by a merchant of that city from one of the strongest Union men in Missouri: Glasgow, Mo., Aug. 20, 1861. The Federal forces were badly whipped and cut to pieces at Springfield, and thousands are now flocking to Jackson's and McCulloch's armies. We are having awful times in Missouri.--Secession would ruin us, but take the vote to-day and Missouri would go out by a large majority. Had our Governor--Provisional Governor Gamble--done right, we would have had peace. Boat Springfield battle. Union men are very scarce here. The action of the Convention will never be sustained. It has drawn all the sympathy to Jackson's side. His bitter enemies that were are now his best friends. The State forces under McCulloch and Price will be very large in a few days. We are all ruined. The following letter appears in the St. Louis Democrat, a Black Republican paper: Springfield, Aug. 17.--Gen. Rains issued an order soon after his arrival to seize