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The Daily Dispatch: October 21, 1861., [Electronic resource] 13 1 Browse Search
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ication was accordingly refused. The war in Missouri. Syracuse, Mo., Oct. 13. --Letters from rebels in General Price's army have been intercepted and brought here. They are dated the 9th instant, and represent that Price and his armyPrice and his army was within ten miles of the Osage river, near Papensville, and that he has 2,000 wagons, 16,000 horses, and from 18,000 to 20,000 men. St. Louis, Oct. 13.--In the Convention, yesterday, Mr. Hendricks, from the Committee on Elections, introducehe gunboats in course of construction at Carondelet was launched yesterday. Syracuse, Mo., Oct. 14.--A deserter from Price's army reports great dissatisfaction among the rebels, many of whom would lay down their arms if they could be secured against punishment for acts committed against the Government. Gen. Price, on Wednesday, was at Johnstown, in Bates county, going South. Gen. Fremont's movements are hindered by a want of transportation facilities. A skirmish in Western Virgi
Their visiting to the President, and is regarded as very important one to the cause of the Southern Kentucky. Col. Thomas L. Snead, Adjutant General of Gen. Stefing Price, of Missouri, arrived in this city yesterday afternoon by the Dansville train, directly from the headquarters of Gen. Price, Col. Snead was in all the actioGen. Price, Col. Snead was in all the actions which have occurred between our troops and the Federalists in Missouri--among others, at Springfield, and Lexington. He is thoroughly conversant with the condition of Missouri, and is specially deputated by Gen. Price to confer fully with Col. Snead is the gentlemen some of whose slaves were lately concelebrated and set intGen. Price to confer fully with Col. Snead is the gentlemen some of whose slaves were lately concelebrated and set into by deeds of manumission by our readers will recollect. He is what of Richmond, and will be welcomed back by is of early acquaintances. Gen. Merlwerber L. Clarke, of Missour, arrived yesterday afternoon, together with several other gentlemen and officers of stragging State.