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Chapter 20: A post established at Baxter Springs, with a detachment of cavalry bombardment of Charleston and probable fall of Forts Sumter and Wagner guerrillas along the border displaying unusual activity large quantities of hay being put up for the Government at Fort Scott burning and Sacking of Lawrence by Quantrell murder of one hundred and fifty of her citizens escape of the Desperadoes into Missouri Federal troops in pursuit the guerillas break up into small detachment
ing in sufficient force to attack our trains.
Reports from the East state that General Gilmore's forces, besieging Charleston, are gradually battering down the enemy's works.
From accounts, the bombardment of the city and of Forts Sumter and Wagner, recently, must have been terrific.
It is thought that Sumter will certainly fall in a few days, as great breaches have already been made in some portions of the defences.
Our siege-gun batteries keep pouring in such a steady stream of shot and