Galveston News (Newspaper) - November 19, 1861, Galveston, Texas 19, 1801. FOR Novimber 18,1S61. J Thirty Companies of ho the Confederate service for tbe k. It la Hat the companion should be offered and for the with such lire m be and with a. certain 4 of suitable 3. Companies will as be snort at placca oi 8pilnj; near San i. troops arming un 1 will bays mil refunded by Confederal upon inspection eyd 0. Muttering wl I gestational at the rendezvous to muster la upon for Infantry SI 0. The ami all siry amusements for tic gartering and of troops at the 7. The mods of making this war one to oo pre card to defeat the upon bla The to enlist tar tin de 1*"."* cf the tic By order of 1�. O. Commanding Military Department of Doves and A. A. A. u. HX 1st Texas Stati Nov. 18M. j Brigade cobbIs of the counties of and Id divided Into two as The county of ton the counties of and the 3d of established at the city of by of B. lat T. V. T. - NO. 3. Nov. 13,18 1. bv be in lav on tbo 3J'.h day of ii one one lb Colonel and one for the lat 1st tii cf State Mid election to be he'd by civil and in Kunc and tbo there if mude In cue to thu adler e atia one nf this The Pol a will o cned In of the county on ihc day above atii A. and be continued open r. with In hour fur as In The int No. 1, at 1st Ward J. ff. presiding In 8. the Court In Precinct at the Ward V. T. In 4 at the School House a J. Duller In 5,�1. pre In Precinct Hov at able bodied free white male Inhabitant of besn one In the and a real ten agea of 18 to ml Ha aud la to at this Tho k the arc d ta attend to the of o mid the i linens to vole arc to attend the out their In vlw of the Imminent of an Invasion of our nil feel the of a of our Let each nian thu way pointed out and that or k will be promptly 1st Brigade T. 8. T. T. A. A. from j informs us that about 3 p. on tho Sara from tho sailed up n mile 6f the fort at 6re& * twelve the ball passing over and but a few feet above the left of the fort aud a log ta river The shot wm immediately from the fort by an 18 tbe ball passing a little to or steru of when she immediately turned to get out of tbe V. flag at the same Four other shots were fired at her the fort ail ef which wens line tbe tbe water short of the schooner and ricochetting and apparently bitting her the 3d and 4th and 5th shots fell short probably did no. damage as she waa now too far Capt. is occupied in for the coast regiment of Col. Ho has already raised ten is authorised to raUe twe The Savannah Republican of the 7th Carolina and Georgia were nobly cooperating against Lincoln's invading who never allowed a foothold on their soil without marching over the dead bodies of ths All young and male and were rejoicing in tho prospect of the There was no fear or but a firm to dispute the advance of the enemy even to the last had occasion to notice some dayi ago that Gen. Hebert had commissioned Andraw Daty to and a of Light Field We are glad to leara that Capt. Daly has already procured a field of sis for These are four pounder mountain to be drawn by two horses and two sis pounder brass The howitzers were tbe property of and were seized by order of tbo W. J. of Lavaca is to enlist roan for this company and as before Mr. J. over A. Tremont is always on hand to do the We the company will be organized It is tbe last horse company authorized to be and affords a good opportunity for those who desire to belong to a corps the rapid evolutions of caval ry with the efficiency of light LATER NEW sent aftog of Columbus tor on Tus review took place day tho inspection of Gen. We believe this review embraced nearly all the troops on this those on the opposite side of the Bay at different stations not being The troops passed down Tremont street in the following Moore's Col. Cook's Squadron of commanded by Acting Major We may possibly bare omitted some ia this This is the first time we have ever witnessed so fall a and we believe our oi titans were generally much to witness the decided improvement ia drill aM the soldierly bearing of tbo They half an hour in any given in all about 3,000. fjy We are indebted to Mr. J. W. Pries and the Western Express for New Orleans papers of latest 07* We had the pleasure tbe other day ef meeting oar esteemed Mr. of the Dallas In spite of tbe war aad blockade of our Mr. 8, atill continues to publish his interesting ani useful and we hope he may not bare to discontinue for ths want of The lack of change in gold and silver is accounted for by made in many of the Texas merchants and other business men having have sent it to Xew where it We need scarcely invite attention to Gen. in our present calling for thirty more companies of It is now known that tbe de to meet our army before their own cap though having greatly superior out a vast naval armament for tbe purpose of destroying our seaports and cava ging oar coast where they expect we have few if any defences or troops to oppose and doubtless also witb the expectation that attempt to ravage our exposed will the withdrawal of our troops from the neighborhood of to whom they are afraid to give Another inducement to commence this vandal is doubtless tbe fact that they bare a large navy while we have and they therefore think they can lay waste our towns and incite servile insurrections witb to We presume it ia Hebert's desire to disappoint then In and hence this It is true our State has already furnished near thirty thousand but we have thrice that number of especially when the question is one or self-defence against such a John Brown as this doubtless is intended to We look for prompt and cheerful response to this with any kind of arms at The disposition of some merchants and dealers to make more oat of the Government than they would dare to ask of is welt illustrated hy a little incident that took place in Houston the other The dealer had moved op from was risked what be would sell Texas Lowells for to tbe to snake grain sacks He eighteen Shortly the in speaking with a Houston the above without naming the Tbe other that's quite an Some two or three days ago I bought several bales the for We have besn on good that a boarding bouse in Austin eity refuses to take Confederate treasury A few days we heard a gentleman state that in a town ia Fayette a merchant charged a customer 95 as for changing a Confederate What should be done with such patriots We learn that this gallant has received from President Davis his promotion as snd bis confirmation as Military Governor of Thiu compliment was fully bis for bis distinguished services in We are further informed tint un from Col. Baylor has reached Gen. informing the latter that Col. an commanding tbo Federal troops in was towards at the head of 2500 and Col. was slowly falling back before with aboat 700 Col. B's young brother and late Lt. W. is now with General A. 8. on his staff as San Antonio Herald hni the confirming a statement given in our We are informed that Sibley received on Thursday an express from Colonel informing the General that Col. U. 8. with 2500 is at Fort threatening to come down and Kl was at Dona determined to check Canby as far as This express mot Col. Keily with bis regiment above Ft. all well and moving Hardeman leading the would every expedition in hastening to Baylor's express also states that it wus reported that Somaer was on his tray from California with ' A dispatch from Little dated the 5th says that was encamped near ths border of the and that troops were rapidly flocking in to General Price was at Neosho witb 17,000 and was to decoy Fremont away from tbe rail when be would give him a The Fort Smith of the has information that news had reached of a skirmish between some of Price's troops and Fremont's advanced in which 40 Federals were killed and 100 taken Our latest dates from Kentucky aro to the 7th at which time the Confederate troops were being generally put in motion division web under marching The Nashville Patriot says the move went wm not retrograde but tbe force is to bo very and of the best The above papers it cannot speak of tbe destination of this formidable but thai if executed according to the it will bo startling and overwhelming to the Cua only information from car now two in merely relates to the organization of that Lubbock's Inaugural was delivered on the but has not coots to The two bouses were organised as H. pro P. A. 1st Assistant F. Enrolling Clerk i. Q. St. Engrossing U. C. Sergeant at J. W. W. W. L. Chief Clerk W. M. 1st Assistant W. Enrolling L. Engrossing Clerk J W. N. Sergeant at John Assistant at L. io the permission of the Secretary of Gen. Walker has ordered two of his regiments and a battalion tu Mobile and ano regiment aud battalion to where till Hie emergency has The election returns are so meagre they afford little Not over of the counties appear to be heard In the first la that his election seems to be beyond In tbe Herbert has Tate 03s, Lewis 497, and Chandler 174. In the 8d, Gray 21)27, and Wiley 10S4> In the 4th, Sexton which iS far ahead of any of bis 1st the 6th Habbard has 010, aud Graham the Loudon is said te receive salary of twenty-five thousand dollars as for the falsehoods he writes item this country to that insulting of the bearer of the Aug 1.'jd the loss of hundred We captured two hundred prisoners and the captured twenty-six of our who were mostly The gunboats of the enemy were badly by the Pillow and Cheatham participated in Another attack is anticipated on the Kentucky aide of the Memphis to day represents Rachael mooning for her is generally suspended and all sympathize with the whom we are expecting It is impossible send the list of killed and wounded as tbe commander at it prevents the transmission at Col. Mark's regiment Buffered bnt Nov. bridges on the railroad from to also ou the railroad through East have and it was evidently a ted tho telegraph wires on these routes were removed at several points to prevent of the tact reaching tbe different Gen. John C. Breckinridge arrived hero today from lie is assigned to the command of a brigade at Novi 9.- Two bridges were burned last on the Georgia State about 15 miles beyond It is not known whether the was un incendiary or by au II cause no as tbe bridges will be a few 9.-The Union men of East did not vote at present and it is understood they do not acknowledge tbe Confederate The Bowling Green correspondent of the Union and American says one hundred and ten were sent to Meade last of which the Southern men lulled an aud drove the bianco away from the Nov. 10.-About 200 feet span of lliu bridge on the Enst Tennessee miles was burnt about i this by of the whole track Jibs been destroyed by the same It is reported that several other bridges hare been burnt on Bouth of No trains and tbe wires being mikes it to ascertain the extent of Nov. 10.-Too Richmond Dispatch has a special dispatch from dated tbe uth stating thut the French frigate irom bound for New went ashore on Sunday near when the crew aud numbering together with their were saved by tbe Confederate The frigate subsequently set on tire and blown The engaged in relieving the aud was then tired aud Four steamers passed tho before of the Confederate aud disregarded tho signals of A soldier in the Columbus light reports tbe wero 70()u picked out they were badly Telegrams from say Gen. norland expects au attack at Pocahontas from 7000 Federals that Thompson is bard but reported Little Kock reports received bore say that Pi ice end McCulloch are at with Fremout at Springfield with 40,000 and a great is impend Nov. 11.-Five railroad bridges wero burned in East on Friday by the Union Two of ths bridges wore the Georgia over the in Hamilton have been heretofore of lite East Tennessee and Georgia over the in In tive after the guard passed tho whole bridge was in showing the use of cora bustle Two others on the East Tennessee and Virginia one over Lick in and the other oter in Sullivan Tbe letter was referred to in the dispatch from The guard of Lick Creek were The overpowered them and carried them away and kept them until during tbe when they were Three men have been arrested whom the guard identified as some of tbe A gentleman just arrived here from East reports there is a great excitement in that an tho of was evidently a preconcerted The loss Is and cause much inconvenience and Matters in East Tennessee are regarded as in a very critical and much onx iety is felt for the safety ol Gen. Nov. largo gun burst at killing Kolter snd Lieut. aid io Gen. and six several Gen. wus and hts clothes torn off. B The correspondent says over 500 of the were und we Lave prisoners at the half of them Nearly 100 of our wounded have arrived this Alexander and Major of Colonel Mark's are formerly of is Two captured off Galveston Island two months and taken to New arrived here to-day from and that the auy they were badly and that it wm believed Grant was nod the Lexington St. Nov. 7.--The Republican of this morning says that has joined the aud will be made a Mather V. of New was ed in Cleveland Fremout bun ut St. and published un oidor of tho army at on the 4th The army of is Nov. 31.-Intelligence from Washington city represents cannl so extensively that it wilt he impossible to pair it until spring aud the blockade of the together with the interruption of tho railroads hue caused a heavy advance in is worth wood per and other things in Nov. 11.-A Federal steamer threw 140 shell into in Middlesex on Friday severely the church end dwelling The Confederates killed two Federals snd wounded who were slaves on Thursday Nov. 11.-Col. three und ten of the Federal have been chosen by to be hanged iu place of Capt. Buker and crew of the who have been convicted of Mr. Ely drew for who is now absent ut Cli miss A skirmish occurred on Sunday night about 15 miles on the East between the Confederate scouts and the Two of the latter were killed und nine taken The Unionists are said to be at two both points numbering about 900 men with prospects reinforced to 8000, Rather and exterminating are expected to tulie iu that the town of but it is Tbe planters are quantities of eotton to keep it from falling the hands of the Nov. Friday Gen. Stone soot a fing of truce to at Leesburg to inquire what disposition had been made of our prisoners taken at Balis Bluff Gen. Evans that they were at find that he would communicate with bis relative to an exchange of ' Naw Nov. 4.-The news received here by the last steamer from shows that the rebel commissioners at London and Paris are confident in the belief that the necessities of tbe manufacturers in England and will lead to the breaking of the blockade to procure a supply of 4.-In tho Circuit Court Judge Grier said it seemed like a farce to try privateers at this Also that tbe dictates of humanity should counsel the Government U treat the captives taken on the sea the same as taken fend he could not understand the policy of hanging tbe end holding the tatter prisoners and afterwards releasing Nov. 4.~Thurlow Weed and Archbishop Hughes are about starting for for the purpose of endeavoring to counteract the of the Southern Commissioners and preventing recognition of the Confederacy by Fracas and - A great d. si has prevailed here for some respecting the report of Washington advices mention nothing of the Fremont's would so little trouble in the as a number of officers resign in that or insist on declaring him dictator of the of the The latter is bitterly denounced in the camp for its policy towards tho western 5 Special io Hit y. O. Louisiana regiment turned the tide of battle ou Major Butler was gallantly encouraging the men When he was the belt pussing through privates of the regiment were killed and Lieut. 40 were Gens. and Grant commanded the All the behaved Shalt South Carolina The New York Times is sorely troubled lest South Carolina shall escape her due portion of the terrible punishment the Yankees are about to inflict upon the Under the Caption it has tbe following blazing editorial - Although tbe loyal public is net permitted to know upon what part of the Southern coast naval expedition now sailing is to be wo think we do not in saying that it is the almost universal wish of tho people that if it receive not tbe may not long await a similar If tbe Government woald arouse the liveliest sympathy of in the South as well the let it be seen that a clear and distinct memory is of the origin of this waef and a resolute purpose however the conflict may and whensoever it may not to fail fearful rebuke upon that accursed city and whose crime it is to have originated the South Carolina stands out iu the unhallowed work of sedition and It is South that invented the words and wrought such unsettling the of men in regard to the rights of States under the Federal It is South Carolina that for thirty years been a malcontent in the otherwise happy family of and an industrious preacher of It is South Carolina that incessantly muttered discontent and threatened until the national mind became familiarised witb the crime aud ceased te regard it with that horror which its enormity when the of thirty stealthy und had corrupted tbe bouth anci prepared it for an ia South that kl tbe way ia ths evert act of Her Sea atom and Representatives were the first to vacate their in the National aad thus to proclaim to tbe world a broken and discredited It one of shut recreant true South Carolina proclaimed the infamous sentiment in a public speech in the city of while the SUte Convention there waa sundering the popular from National ns seise the pillars of as Sampson did the pillars of tbe and drag it though we likewise perish in the was and is true spirit It is infernal and ready to involve thirty miliums of happy and prosperous people in bloodshed aud to satiate the or subserve the ambition of a nest of disappointed and of South And when South desperate treason found and one after State threw off its till seven had then there was hope of a peaceable recovery of our National The Border Slave States resisted the fanaticism and the seceded SUtes would have been crushed under ths odium of their if tbe evil had stopped with The wicked of secession knew and a conflict of anna was decreed in order that the of human blood might madden aud overturn what judgment wat loft in the Border Slave It was found fit that South Carolina soil should be tbe scene of this crowning and iu Charleston the ensign of the Republic its first in being lowered to armed their country's The seat of birth was thus made the of its guilty is it uot is it not a is it not more that South so flagrant in should be made to feel the earliest and heaviest penalties of war If a Southern city must let Charleston be to the ground nod salt sowed on its If Southern fields must be desolated by the Invasion of Union let South Carolina's cotton and rice plantations be marked the conquering If aud tyranny must be t dependence ou the Constitution and tho let South Carolina's aristocrats to their serrs In tbe presence of martial There is not only just retribution to he rendered in visiting upon South Carolina the heaviest of this but there ia excellent generalship to be manifested in striking at that South Carolina is cordially hated ia the No would so little sympathy and so little support frim the other In numberless ways the fact has known in the progress of the A few days ago the pickets of a Pennsylvania regiment had a interview with the pickets BATTLE OF We have selected for our prefect paper from many accounts of of place on the opposite side of the from those which appear to the events of that memorable in the clearest aud most satisfactory out all repetitions which only servi to confuse tho Wo will here give a brief synopsis collected from nil the various The enemy appears to have crossed river soma seven miles above tho Missouri with about 7000 beforo daylight on tho 7th, their object being to come down and take and fortify at which point wo had only Col. Arkansas regiment with Watson's Louisiana Information of this movement was received by Gen. iu command at by about 1 a. when he at once sent Pillow over with three Tennessee making our total forces 2;",0<)) only about one-third of that of the With such superior forces against the contest was maintained our ammunition gave our mini overwhelmed by the superior numbers of the aud suffering henvy By about the time I p. our retreating forces reached the river they wure met by the reinforcement of Col. Cheatham's brigade and Blyth's sent over under the fire of 0'ir This consisting of two Tennessee and one Louisiana turned the fortunes of the und tbe enemy's temporary triumph wus now speedily converted into u and they tied ia thu utmost disorder a distance of seven to thu boats from w hich they had luodod iu tho being pursued and cut to pieces whole that the first commenced between 10 und 11 a. aud ended at 4 p. it. It will be seen that arc some wide discrepancies different accounts as to the losses on both Several put our loss in wounded and at between 500 and 600, which is near tbo while the loss of tbe enemy is much probably near 800. The Iobs of the enemy iu killed appears to be over ours is about half that the Confederate victory was it was undoubtedly dearly purchased of wiy during the j Our forces actively at first ed cf tbe 13th commanded by Col. John V. the 2'Jd, commanded hv Col. J. freeman tho by Col. the 2ist by Col. and Col. Arkansas These lour in all about 25w effective up most to one foi moio than two Gen. Pillow had chief nud ail for doing o' the moit desperate wcr this Gen. our hud been beaten bank with tbe loss of one can over Col. Col. Uth Smith's retook the and carried death destruction among thum Tne 4th, commanded by Lieut. Col. O P. was also ordered but and did not actively engage in the Tins was owing to a simultaneous attack wado tho batteries by the rs well us the apprehension that u Und force wus moving on us from tho Kentucky portion of was dialled to bring in the the who were left on the A number were taken up and and the men aro now returning to their The scf tie is a spectacle enough by snd how much worso it will he iu daylight 1 can not Our loss is the heaviest being sustained by the four regiments Capt. J. Wei by of the 2d was and No other Lieut Lieut. Walker is not considered Capt. T Capt. Wm Lett's and From Fort Nov. 11.-This morning's Courier saya the Toss cf ths ui Furl is supposed to be about 100 The defence of Fort Walker and Buy Point was gallantly Tho fire of the enemy was One ef the larger steamers was struck injured her ao badly that she wus towed Another was fired und supposed to be dee Only two of our men were at Buy The enemy's sbot and shell equalled 100 per minuto part of the Nov. 11.-The has been overhauled and hundred of and other tho machinery will be saved I The Mercury says it ia reported thai ttio of Virginia tbe upper Potomac A discussion or tbe causes of the war closed by an expression on the part of the Virginians that they had not a regiment of South Carolinians to ut ic the of And this is believed to be a widespread among tho Confederate Is it wise to overlook an advantage as this in planning offensive war Let Charleston be and a feeling of gratification will possess sf three-fourths of the for South Carolina's now suffer hardships in the even if orders were given to go to the relief of that original seat of rebellion in its many a mishap occur to and known to tbe common if not to engineers aud to retard the expedition of the Let the ef ibe Unionists in all the be heard the early and unsparing chastisement of South Standard sirs Thomas O. has returned from Richmond with authority to raise a company of infantry The Battle Near The Memphis of has the following accounts of the battle Col. Arkansas with Watson's Louisiana had been crimped juat opposite Columbus for some and were tuider orders tu march on the day of the Early in the the 7000 landed seven miles above on this Missouri aud moving opened a vigorous fire ou this Gen. some 2500 composed of Wright and Walker's Tennessee immediately ordered over to their They fought gallantly against superior numbers until their lion was They were then overwhelmed and driven back with great to the very verge of tbe where they again made a fighting with their At this critical juncture General Cheatham's brigade was sent wuh the assistance of curried the fortunes of tbe j TUB Towards the close of the day tbe valor of our troops proved too much for the Uie to they could stand it no and look refuge iu a which is described to us being a regular Bull Ruu with the loss of a vast quantity of small arms aud several pieces of aud untold numbers of They managed to find their way ia hot up the river to which had recently are said ic have left acres of dead behind and as they panie like into their were slaughtered at every stop of their we from all cannot be less than hve or nix Tbe latest intelligence from Columbus Is that Quartermaster J. G. of this was severely wounded in tbe face by a Minie musket wound of Capt. although it was hoped would not prove have a report that Col. of the 2ist lie considered Col. Wright of lath Tennessee bad two horses shot from under company D. of Col. Carroll's tlhe 15lu was iu thu Capt. Samuel of tho 21st was ia the Our information led us to believe that the loss of the Confederate forces iu wounded aud will approximate a total of live The early part of the meat fought tbe greatest and in engaged the heav iest loss A letter published elsewhere estimates the loss in Col. Regiment at fifty or sixty killed and two huu dred Capt. attached to this is reported to have u severe The loss in Col. regiment reaches one hundred and killed aad These suffered most aggregate loss about three hundred and Additional losses iu the other regiments en gaged we swoll the total to tbe estimate stated We aro informed that a single from the mounted iu the batteries at Columbus killed of the enemy and one The batteries of tbo enemy are reported as of fifteen of which several were One of the guns attached to the celebrated Watson's was lost in the in consequence of the horses having The battery wan at one time in possession of the but was Tbe Watson Artillery was served throughout the entire und it wus a matter of great regret to tbe gallant command that they after rested upon our meet with the trilling loss mentioned A correspondent of the Appeal writes from under slate of the 7th, at 11 1 returned from the am too much fatigued to give you anything like a deluded account of the great and glorious victory we have achieved here Suffice it to the defeat of tbe enemy was overwhelming the held strewn with their dead and to say nothing of the they threw the hotter to facilitate their We pursued thom about mites io where we captured largo quantities cf &c. Tho gallant Regiment charged un to one hundred and fifty yards of the bouts on they under the most from which fortunately overshot our doing them no with the exception of Col. Smith having bis horse shot from under Tho enemy's forces amounted to full 7000, and wore commanded by in by who ia among the Gen. Bowling waa captured by Rev. James of who at the same time captured a stand of Col. Dougherty is also a and Col. who uame down witb a flag of the day from is among the several others of their held are either killed or of J are both dangerously Capt. Burton's Kith was cut to Lieut. Ray filing We have lost a few other commissioned but I am unable at this time to leara Our total loss in and will amount to one hundred and thai of ibe enemy iu wounded and must bo from live to eight hundred at captured two stand of colors and some pieces of The battle lasted nearly all and was terrific a The Appeal publishes the following extract from a private letter from of th e same date as the - f The battle tested from 11 o'clock a. until 5 f. and great loss cm both Col. Tappan's Arkansas regiment lost or CO killed and about 200 Our regiment Pickett's sustained the next heaviest killed being and about 100. Col. Pickett had his shot four Our when wo were was abont 2400 under command of Gen. and after our position against the assaults of for two and our ammunition being we retreated to the where we were reinforced by Gen. Watson's which hod been Mken by tbe was theu after great loss and the complete route of the Tbe vicinity of battery was strewn with the dead for a hundred Too much can not be awarded to Gen. Pillow and Col. Pickett Among your acquaintances are J. L. badly j. G. shot in tbe tho wound thought a bad one Capt. in the Lt. in the The 154th Tennessee regiment lost one killed and two We have not found more than eighty-five but I think there will be about anal fifteen killed and and four hundred The looks gloomy by moonlight and we hut that will present a more horrible sight We lost one of our horses became frightened and rau the Tbe of tbe 10th, has the following Other interesting f related to os by Mr. Jan. Hatcher of present the fifth th John G. nic received his Wound i act while rallying a broken w had been unhorsed and wm ut the time to be Oar artillery performed the Southern on tbe bluff above the town of keeping tbe in check the striking and indicting considerable Daring tho progress of tbe fight a Parrott belonging to Capt. Jackson's battery on the second killing two and wounding two one of whom baa since Generals and ail appeared on the field in the thickest of the and deported themselves wuh cool and intrepid It is thought that we captured over two hundred and about five stand of The bearer of a Hag of who came down oo the day after battle from acknowledged a loss of between seven and eight hundred We lost twenty six twenty-one of whom were sick in the hospital on the shore at the time of his writing a number of orders to and au inkstand inscribed with bis were taken by our A handsome cot was also ' in which it is designed reposing during tho ulter his victory was Our informant slates that on day before a boat viime down from tho enemy's under tbe protection of a flag o f offering to exchange A came from one ot the but was regarded us somewhat insulting iu thu character ot tbe language tbe proposition wus consequently declined by Our loss is not yet with but our originally expressed opinion that il was four or tive is uot yut The captured state that it waa the design of the Federals to lake of the Missouri erect also that au attack was projected on the Kentucky to bo executed iu caso the Either mot with The enemy's troops are to have with bravery sad Nov. 1861. Editors Messrs. iu your issue of this a telegraphic copied from yesterday's of the which does injustice alike to Generals Polk and 1'iUow. To id though tbe superior in ho i3 taade ta play the part of a and Gen. a brave is ever wounded by that which would place on ins brow tbe laurels of a No man ever fought more gallantly than Pillow iu the sphere Gen. Polk was a very Napoleon ou every part of the every crushing tho foe and driving him with resistless energy under powerful combinations from the Allow me theu in sheer to review the movements of pars aud if I ouu not a battle m 1 will at least give you the At an early hour in tho morning Gen. threw over the mar two regiments under of whore another was already him about two thousand men and this movement progressed Gen. his was passing from battery to battery on the bis gallant officers in and pouring a tremendous lire on tbo which threatened to make a point rom watch they could destroy Pillow's Gen. McCown was tbe sole was tuu sum genap of the at this and excited the not only uf Gen. but of the whole by the skillful use ot his Tbo bow of the which had nearly the desired wat and away she buck to Another raked d.