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Doc. 106. Zagonyi's charge at Springfield, October 25, 1861. Fremont's report. HeadquartJ. C. Fremont, Major-General Commanding. Zagonyi's despatch. near Bolivar--ten A. M., Oct and the Union, broke forth like thunder. Charles Zagonyi, Major Commanding Body Guard. ZagonyiZagonyi's report. Colonel J. H. Eaton, Assistant Adjutant-General, Springfield, Missouri: sir: Accor and was then too weak to mount my horse. Major Zagonyi suggested that I should remain for a short other effects. I have since learned that Major Zagonyi left the main road at a point distant fromack was commenced by a brilliant charge by Major Zagonyi. His brave men were exposed to a terrifichatever was anticipated to the progress of Major Zagonyi's command. The Major, stopping in camp Upon reaching the vicinity of this place, Major Zagonyi ordered an advance at a trot, until, when ld, and reached the town a little while after Zagonyi had left, and took full possession of the sam[6 more...]
Doc. 128. Zagonyi's letter to the ladies of Springfield, Missouri. Headquarters, Fremont Body Guard, Springfield, Nov. 2, 1861. To Mrs. Worrell and others, ladies of Spring-field: Ladies: Your flattering offer to present a flag to the Fremont Body Guard is appreciated and gratefully acknowledged. Some intimation of such a gift reached me late yesterday afternoon, and I much regret the mistake or misunderstanding which prevented a proper recognition of your kindness at that time. hankfully received and so highly prized. To the forlorn band which entered this city a few days ago, they gave a cordial welcome; to its patriotism their approval has added zeal; their sympathy and tenderness are now softening the tedious confinement of its wounded, and they will pardon that scrupulous self-respect which forbids the Body Guard to share the rewards of a victory with those who refused to participate in its hazards. Respectfully, Charles Zagonyi, Major Commanding Body Guard.