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Camden, Ark. (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 11
Price's army. --A letter from Colonel Clay Taylor, written at Camden, Arkansas, under date November 15th, states that General Price had returned from Missouri with thirty-three thousand effective men. He carried with him eight thousand.
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Price's army. --A letter from Colonel Clay Taylor, written at Camden, Arkansas, under date November 15th, states that General Price had returned from Missouri with thirty-three thousand effective men. He carried with him eight thousand.
Clay Taylor (search for this): article 11
Price's army. --A letter from Colonel Clay Taylor, written at Camden, Arkansas, under date November 15th, states that General Price had returned from Missouri with thirty-three thousand effective men. He carried with him eight thousand.
Price's army. --A letter from Colonel Clay Taylor, written at Camden, Arkansas, under date November 15th, states that General Price had returned from Missouri with thirty-three thousand effective men. He carried with him eight thousand. Price's army. --A letter from Colonel Clay Taylor, written at Camden, Arkansas, under date November 15th, states that General Price had returned from Missouri with thirty-three thousand effective men. He carried with him eight thousand.
November 15th (search for this): article 11
Price's army. --A letter from Colonel Clay Taylor, written at Camden, Arkansas, under date November 15th, states that General Price had returned from Missouri with thirty-three thousand effective men. He carried with him eight thousand.