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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—the Third winter. (search)
which it had already so cruelly distressed. Quantrell, who is about to acquire a bloody reputations by the Sixth Missouri cavalry. Meanwhile, Quantrell has collected his forces on the frontier of ed and without a garrison. By a night-march Quantrell escapes the Federal troops which are pursuinassacre was intense, but different from what Quantrell expected. A cry of indignation arose in thf brave and honorable soldiers, the crime of Quantrell was severely censured. A small number of soplans and compelled his band to disperse. Quantrell, on his part, had availed himself of the ressoldiers, so odious to the men of the South, Quantrell moved toward Baxter's Springs with about six in driving the assailants from their camp. Quantrell then decides upon making a regular attack. s and all the employes of his headquarters. Quantrell soon recognizes the rich prey offered him byites would protect them against the whites. Quantrell, in fact, had not abandoned their territory [3 more...]