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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 4 0 Browse Search
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ertained of Gen. Hunter by all the old regular army officers. Gen. Hunter's position on the "contraband" question is understood to be as follows: All negroes coming into camp will be retained, and such of them as are proved the property of Union men will be appraised and receipted for, to be paid when and how Congress may see fit. Colonel Albert, Acting Brigadier-General, will also remain, and several other foreign officers, who first decided to leave, will remain. Marcus J. Parrott, of Kansas, has been appointed on Gen. Hunter's staff. Springfield, Nov. 6. --According to information received by Gen. Hunter, it is now said that Gen. Price has no intention of attacking us, and if pursued still further by us he will scatter his army or retreat to Fort Smith, and await developments on the Potomac and in Kentucky. It is very doubtful whether any further advance of our main army will be made, but further intelligence of the number and position of th