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The Daily Dispatch: February 15, 1864., [Electronic resource], Quantrell's Exodus from Missouri--the Blount fight. (search)
had not yet discovered. About sixty of Todd's men, under the leadership of Lieut. Taylor, gave chase to the flying Federals, while the rest, under "Old Quant" and T fortunate, "levelled" themselves to reach a place of safety; and, all at once, Taylor came in full view of a strong fort, surrounded with breastworks and ditches. Tfor they were running to and fro, some gazing eagerly at the advancing force of Taylor, without an attempt at preparation for resistance — while others still seemed tong in a state of suspense — for it takes us longer to tell it than it took Lieut. Taylor to form his men and dash like a thunderbolt upon the breastworks. The boyswas stretched over the breastworks. The names of those immortal heroes are Lieut. Taylor, Sergeant Berry,--Hultz, George Shepherd, and Peyton Long. Each man brough to the spot where the command had been left; but here was something new also. Taylor found the whole command in line of battle, motionless as statues, with Quantrel