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reating — Insurrection among the Indians. The following special dispatch to the Memphis Appeal contains the latest and most interesting news from Missouri: Des Auc, Nov. 30, 1861.--A gentleman arrived here yesterday evening, who left Gen. McCulloch's camp on the 20th inst. Hunter's command left Springfield about the 12th, accompanied by Lane and Monterrey, with their Kansas Jayhawkers, the former retreating toward St. Louis, which place is supposed to be their destination. GenGeneral McCulloch, with 1,700 cavalry, west in pursuit, for the purpose of hare them and to endeavor to out off and captor their provision train. He succeeded in taking about one hundred loaded wagon, and afterward continued the pursuit, with what farther success is not known. The Federal force was estimated at forty-one thousand. Price's forces were moving up into Mission, toward Lexington, where it is thought they will go into winter quarters. All is quiet in Kansas, with the e
The Daily Dispatch: December 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Spirited letter from a Virginia lady to a Lincoln Hireling. (search)
-A special dispatch from Jefferson City to the St. Louis Democrat dated Nov. 29th, says that Gen. McCulloch is moving with a large force to that place. A special dispatch from Rolla, under date of Nov. 28th, and published in the St. Louis Republican, of the 29th, says that Gen. McCulloch regards the retrograde movement of the Federal army as an attempt to get in his rear. Gen. McCulloch is eGen. McCulloch is encamped at Springfield with a force of 4,000. Gen. Raines left Sarcoxie on the 25th Nov., to join McCulloch, with a force of 7,000. Gen. Price left Pineville on the 25th Nov. The balance of the ConfedMcCulloch, with a force of 7,000. Gen. Price left Pineville on the 25th Nov. The balance of the Confederate army is marching northward to join McCulloch. Gen. Raines has destroyed everything in his route to prevent the Federals from getting in and annoying his rear. h Nov. The balance of the Confederate army is marching northward to join McCulloch. Gen. Raines has destroyed everything in his route to prevent the Federals from getting in and annoying his rear.