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ordered by the people to leave the State, if the authorities at Richmond refuse or neglect to remove him." All the engines and rolling stock of the Atlantic Railroad were brought away, and it is asserted that all the cotton and naval stores in the town were burnt before the enemy took possession. Newbern The Burials of M'Culloch. The following is the general order in regard to the interment of the remains of the gallant McCulloch: Fort Smith, March 9, 1862.--The brave General McCulloch is no longer on earth. He fell while bravely fighting at the head of his division, in a hardly contested battle with the enemy near Cross Hollows, on the 7th inst. His remains will be interred with military honors, on Monday at 12 o'clock. The officers and troops of the command will hold themselves in readiness to perform this melancholy duty. Officers of this command will report in person at the Adjutant's office, at nine o'clock. Sojourning officers of the army are invited to parti
se points during the day, the enemy having gained the point hold by Col. Carr, at Cross Timber Hollow, but was entirely repulsed, with the fall of the commander, McCulloch, in the centre, by the forces under Col. Davis. The plan of attack on the centre was gallantly carried forward by Col. Osterhaus, who was immediately sustained Gen. Asbeth, who is wounded in the arm, in his gallant effort to reinforce the right; Colonel and seeing Brigadier-General Davis, who commanded the centre, where McCulloch fell on the 7th, and pressed forward the centre on the 8th. Col. and acting Brig. Gen Carr, is also wounded in the arm, and was under the continuous fire of the Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio and Missouri may proudly share the honor of victory which their gallant heroes won over the combined forces of Van-Dorn, Price and McCulloch, at Pea Ridge, in the mountains of Arkansan. I have the honor to be, General, your obedient servant, Samuel R. Curtis, Brig. Gen. "the Situation."