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The Daily Dispatch: May 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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s enemy up in detail. Having routed the force at Canon Glorietta, on its way to reinforce force Canby at Fort Craig, he has set the forces to watching for Canby. It was Canby's plan to meet hisCanby. It was Canby's plan to meet his reinforcements, form a junction with them, and Sibley, but Sibley never waits to be attacked. At the time of the battle of Glorietta Canby was already on his way up. Sibley set out to meet him, anCanby's plan to meet his reinforcements, form a junction with them, and Sibley, but Sibley never waits to be attacked. At the time of the battle of Glorietta Canby was already on his way up. Sibley set out to meet him, and our informant believes that by the 7th or 8th of April he must have met him and had another fight. Canby's force was about 2,800, made up of 800 regulars and 2,000 New Mexican volunteers. Sibley Glorietta Canby was already on his way up. Sibley set out to meet him, and our informant believes that by the 7th or 8th of April he must have met him and had another fight. Canby's force was about 2,800, made up of 800 regulars and 2,000 New Mexican volunteers. Sibley was moving against him with his whole force. If he did meet him there is no doubt he whipped him again, and is now in possession of all west of Fort Union. Fort Craig is abandoned and blown up. CaptCanby's force was about 2,800, made up of 800 regulars and 2,000 New Mexican volunteers. Sibley was moving against him with his whole force. If he did meet him there is no doubt he whipped him again, and is now in possession of all west of Fort Union. Fort Craig is abandoned and blown up. Capt. had but two guns, when Sibley had a full battalion of 14 guns, under Teel. We expect to hear a good account of on boys there yet though we should be glad to see some heavy reinforcements going