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Doc. 190.-the Baxter Springs massacre. General Blunt's letter. Baxter Spring<*>, Sixty-three miles below Fort Scott, October 7, 1863, 10 o'clock P. M. Captains Tholen and Loring: . . . . . . Every thing in the staff wagons is lost; the wagons were burned with most of their contents. . . . . . We have just found the body of Major Curtis. （Major Curtis's body, as also that of Judge-Advocate Lieutenant Farr, arrived in Leavenworth on the eleventh instant.) When I wrote to Major Blair last night it was supposed he was a prisoner, as we had searched the ground over near where his horse fell, and could not find him. Moreover, Quantrel's Adjutant, or a person representing himself as such, who came into Lieutenant Pond's camp with a flag of truce, said they had my Assistant Adjutant-General a prisoner. Today he was found near where he was thrown from his horse, shot through the head, evidently murdered after being taken prisoner. I shall start his body, with that of Lie