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Doc. 86. capture of Linn Creek, Mo. Official report of Major Wright. Headquarters Fremont Bat. Caval
I then learned that there was no doubt but that Linn Creek was occupied by rebel forces, and rumor said that
Rolla, Mo., Oct. 19, 1861.
A messenger from Linn Creek arrived yesterday evening, bringing interesting n pany of rebels under Capt. Roberts, a merchant of Linn Creek, in possession of the place.
They were, to all a to our pickets.
On the day of Wyman's entering Linn Creek, two of the rebels, who were straggling around th rg, with his regiment of cavalry, was expected at Linn Creek on Thursday night. Some apprehensions of an attac in town, having in charge the prisoners taken at Linn Creek, and also those taken in the engagement on Sunday n the way, and was told that they had all gone to Linn Creek, where they intended to give Gen. Wyman a fight.
it may not, but will give some ground for the apprehensions of an attack that are entertained at Linn Creek.