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Doc. 21. battles of Pilot Knob and Leesburg, Missouri. General Ewing's official report. headquarters St. Louis District, St. Louis, Missouri, October 20, 1864. Colonel J. V. Du Bois, Chief of Staff, Headquarters Department of the Missouri: sir: I have the honor to report that on the night of the twenty-fourth September, the Major-General commanding, having learned that Price's army had entered the Department by way of Poplar Bluffs and Bloomfield, ordered me to take a brigade of the Second division, Sixteenth army corps, which was then at Jefferson Barracks, and patrol and garrison the Iron Mountain railroad--reporting to Major-General A. J. Smith, who was to follow next day with the other brigade of the division. At De Soto, leaving the rest of the brigade to await further orders from General Smith, I went on with the Fourteenth Iowa infantry, strengthening the garrisons at all the bridges, and making temporary headquarters at Mineral Point. From each station where