army of the frontier, under the command of General Blunt, holds its position further south than anyef duration here.
On the second of December Gen. Blunt received information of a character to leaveif it rained) to perform; but he had assured Gen. Blunt that he should lose no time on the road, and.
Such turned out to have been his plan.
Gen. Blunt determined to make sure the safety of the tre polish as well as ability — presented to General Blunt, for his consideration, several points, inillery!
When, therefore, the interview with Gen. Blunt took place, the most of Hindman's army were same road, making a forced march to reenforce Blunt at Cane Hill or Boonsboro.
About three miles, they already began to falter.
Instantly our (Blunt's) guns were unlimbered, and two full batterie started at three o'clock, on the march for (Gen. Blunt, who lay at Cane Hill, threatened by an overand determined enemy was before us, and that Gen. Blunt needed our assistance, which had arrived jus