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well by laud as by river, was preparing at Cairo and Paducah, and our Western Generals and Governors were calling urgently for more troops, while bridges were burring and insurrection raising its fearful head in the interior. In the Price and McCulloch were pressed back to Missouri, and in danger of attack from a mont, and afterwards Hunter. General Zollicoffer was considered in imminent danger from a very large force that was pressing him from the direction of Camp Dick Robinson; and Nels Finally, the array of troops and boats that was preparing in such formidable force at Cairo strangely disintegrated itself, a large portion of it going off precipitately to St. Louis to protect that city, supposed to be threatened by Price and McCulloch from a distance of two hundred miles. The effect of all of these strange manœuvres, and this unaccountable cowardice, has been to put a new face upon our entire affairs. The "cord" that was "tightening around us," according to the strang
The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], Latest from Missouri--Price and McCulloch. (search)
Latest from Missouri--Price and McCulloch. We find the following interesting facts in regard to the movements of Generals McCulloch and Price in the Memphis Avalanche, of the 9th inst.: Ween made in the public press. He says that Gen. McCulloch's difficulties commenced with interferenceas service had started home.--He says that Gen. McCulloch, being left with a force numbering at timessville to the same destination. This was Gen. McCulloch's first retreat. On a consultation heut the first of November, it was agreed that McCulloch should fall back to Bentonville, and Price go forward. Our informant states that if McCulloch had had only 15,000 men after the battle of iderate of the welfare of his troops, than Gen. McCulloch, and he is satisfied that if he ever has aorthward and gathering an army as they go--Gen. McCulloch's force — consisting of five skeleton regirters in the vicinity of Fort Smith, while Gen. McCulloch himself is expected in this city this morn[3 more...]