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The Daily Dispatch: January 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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f the severest engagements that has been fought during the campaign in Missouri, took place yesterday at Mount Zion, 18 miles southwest from this place, between 600 Unionists, commanded by Brig. General Prentiss, consisting of a detachment from Col. Birge's Sharp-Shooters and five companies from Col. Glover's cavalry, and 700 or 800 Confederates, which resulted in the rout of the rebels, with severe less, and the capture of their camp. Skirmishing commenced at 11 o'clock A. Mr. and in threeny who have been patiently waiting for Price's advance for an opportunity to take up arms for the bastard flag, to abandon all hopes of success, and of necessity make them loyal men as the shortest road to peace and former prosperity. Colonel J. W. Birge's Sharp-Shooters, to which I have the honor to belong, left St. Louis by the North Missouri Railroad for Centreville, on the 12th inst, and since their arrival at the seat of war have done good service for the Government in overawing and s