ht, leading to the same point, and also the Fayetteville road, open for the movement of troops.
Iavalry, to move rapidly in the direction of Fayetteville, and form a junction with Gen. Herron.
He front, and directed to move rapidly on the Fayetteville road.
As soon as I determined on this di been instructed to proceed directly on the Fayetteville road, and furnished with a guide, instead oenth instant, at four o'clock, I arrived at Fayetteville, having marched all night, and was pushing
Extensive hospitals will be improvised in Fayetteville.
Persons returned from the battle-field ad marched about seven miles south-west of Fayetteville, when musketry was heard in the distance, ak, Van Buren and other roads leading toward Fayetteville, and see that the enemy did not pass up on wagons; or he might proceed directly up the Fayetteville road — on which Herron was undoubtedly apprHerron came out, on the mountain road, from Fayetteville in his march to Cane Hill; and it was in th