The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union And Confederate Armies. Series 1, Volume 41, In Four Parts. Part 1, Reports. Page: 645
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PRICE'S MISSOURJ EXPEDITION. .
October .1 (Camp "No. 32).-Near Saint Clair. Met Marmaduke and
Shelby; returned from unsuccessful pursuit of Ewing; many prisoners
brought in, found straggling. Report, from De Soto militia scattered
and depot burned. M[armaduke] and S[helby] destroyed the SQuth-
western Railroad for several miles. M[armaduke and S[helby] went on
to Union to-night; distance traveled, nineteen miles.
October 2 (Camp No. 33).-Joined M[armaduke] and S[helby] early
in the mourning; found Cabell; returned, burned a bridge east of
Franklin, and in the dawn burned the depot and destroyed the rail-'
road. Lieutenant-Colonel Wood also returned from burning the bridge
on the southwest branch over the Moselle. General Clark went to
Washington, on Missouri River; Federals retreated across the river.
Marmaduke ordered to Hermann with his divisiop. F[agan] and
S[helby] encamped on roadto Mounit Sterling, eight miles from Union,
making in all fifteen miles.
October 3 (Camp No. 34).-Distance, fourteen miles.
October 4 (Camp No. 35).-Marched to Mount Sterling. One divis-
ion crossed the Gasconade; horrible road bottom, and bottomless mud
on west side; raining all day. Report from Marmaduke of his taking
Miller's Bend and Hermann; 'distance, seventeen miles.
October 5 (Camp No. 36).-Marched to a point beyond Linn. General
Marmaduke returned, having destroyed Osage (Gasconade) bridge,
having taken Hermann and Miller's Landing the day before. Shelby
sent a force under Colonel Shanks to destroy the Moreau bridge; dis-
tance,, fourteen miles.
October 6 (Camp No. 37).-Marched to the Moreau. Crossing forced
after some resistance by the enemy. Shelby in front. Colonel Shanks
October 7 (Camp No. 38).-Near Jefferson City. Fagan in front and ,
the only division engaged. Enemy in strong position, but driven from
one position to another, until about 3 p. m. they retired to their fortifi-
cations in and around the city, when we formed in line to west and
south of Jefferson. Cut the Pacific Railroad. Loss very slight; ten
October 8 (Camp No. 39).-At Russellville. Finding the enemy to
be strongly fortified and inl heavy force, (12,000) in town, supported by
3,000 on north bank of river, drew off in the morning, Fagan protecting
the rear and skirmishing all day; distance, fourteen [miles.]
October 9 (Camp No. 40).-On the Moniteau. Marmaduke in the rear.
Several skirmishes with the enemy's cavalry, who followed as far as:
California. Shelby with Thompson's brigade went on to Boonville.
Railroad destroyed from Lookout west beyond California; distance,
October 10 (Camp No. 41).-At Boonville. All the people turned out
to greet us. Crossed a portion of command to north side, but recalled
them. (See Shelby's report of capture of the place.) About 300 qur-
rendered; distance, sixteen miles.
October 11.-Enemy approached on Tipton road; was met and repulsed
by Fagan's command.
October 12.-Engaged slightly with enemy; recruiting; distributing
goods. Left Boonville at 10 p. m. and marched to Chouteau Springs
(Camp No. 42); eleven miles.
October 13 (Camp No. 43).-At Marshall's. Clark went across'by
Arrow Rock to attack Glasgow; fourteen miles.
October 14 (Camp No. 44).-At Jonesborough. Fagan came up; having
been left at the La Mine. Shelby left with a section to attack Glasgow
from this side. Thompson went to Sedalia; eight miles.
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United States. War Department. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union And Confederate Armies. Series 1, Volume 41, In Four Parts. Part 1, Reports., book, 1893; Washington D.C.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth145053/m1/662/?q=rogan: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.