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Chapter 7: Sigel Retreats to Rolla McCulloch and Pearce return to Arkansas Federal defeat at Drywood Price Invests the Federal works at Lexington the moving breastworks Mulligan Surrenders an affair at Blue Mills General Thompson and his operations Price compelled to retreat the legislature at Neosho Passes an act of secession members of the Confederate Congress chosen Fremont's bodyguard defeated at Springfield Hunter Succeeds Fremont and Retreats reorganization of d his officers persevered, and at length the unwieldy mass assumed coherence and form. In less than a month Price was able to move in the direction of the Missouri river with a force of about 4,500 armed men and seven pieces of artillery. At Drywood, about fifteen miles east of Fort Scott in Kansas, he encountered several thousand Kansas jayhawkers, under Gen. James H. Lane, and routed them. From there he marched in the direction of Lexington, which was held by a brigade of Irishmen, a re