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e woods and rally there; but the rout continued in the most perfect disorder, when Colonel P. left. It was stated that the reason why the messengers did not return sooner was, that the cavalry ran at full speed through the camp of the 21st regiment, and kept them from delivering their messages. A part of the regiment was pursued by the enemy about three miles. They rallied at Crockett's station, however, and took a train to Humboldt. The remainder reached the latter place by the Middleburg and Trenton road. Our loss was about fifty men captured, two killed, and three wounded. We saved all our arms, but lost everything else, baggage, tents, and stores — which latter were estimated to be worth about six thousand dollars. Capt Whitemore was in town when the attack was made, dressed in citizen's clothes, and witnessed the movements of the enemy. After rifling and burning the camps, they started on their return to Hickman, when he made good his escape. Later from