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Chapter 23: the War in Missouri.-doings of the Confederate Congress. --Affairs in Baltimore.--Pir
valley of the Mississippi, and especially in Missouri, where, as we have observed, the loyalists an d, by the violence of immediate war, to sever Missouri from the Union.
As we have observed,
Se to the service of the disloyal politicians of Missouri a host of men to repel the visible authority rtant post at Cairo, by sending a regiment of Missouri volunteers, under Colonel Shuttner, to occupy ers, out of it. These troops were composed of Missouri volunteers, under Colonels Blair and Boernste non County, on the extreme western borders of Missouri, where he was joined by General Price,
July when they were struggling with invaders from Missouri, called Border Ruffians, of whom the now fugi endeavored to concentrate all of the disloyal Missouri troops, with McCullough's men, in the southwe at Booneville
July 18. to the inhabitants of Missouri, plainly stating the intentions of the Govern [5 more...] [11 more...]