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post until further orders, scouting the country thoroughly in that vicinity. He will take with him his camp and garrison equipage, fifteen days' rations, and 100 rounds of ammunition.

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III. Captain E. J. Morris, commanding Company E, Seventh Provisional Regiment Enrolled Missouri Militia, will, upon receipt of this order, proceed with his command to Greenfield, Mo., and assume command of that post, scouting the country thoroughly in that vicinity. He will take his camp and garrison equipage, fifteen days' rations, and 100 rounds of ammunition.

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VII. Captain Samuel Turner, commanding Company G, Sixth Provisional Regiment Enrolled Missouri Militia, will, upon receipt of this order, move with his command to Hartville, Mo., and occupy that post until further orders, scouting the country thoroughly in that vicinity. He will take his camp and garrison equipage, fifteen days' rations, and 100 rounds of ammunition per man.

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IX. Captain William Brixey, commanding Company G, Forty-sixth Missouri Volunteer Infantry, will proceed with his command to Bloomington, in Webster County, and remain in that vicinity until further orders. he will scout that section thoroughly, dispersing all bands of bushwhackers, disposing of them according to existing orders, and reporting all prisoners of war to the provost-marshal at this post. He will take with him his camp and garrison equipage, fifteen days' rations, and 100 rounds of ammunition per man.

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XVII. Major James A. Melton, Second Arkansas Cavalry, commanding at Cassville, upon being relieved by Major Moore, in command of that post, will report with all the men of the Second Arkansas Cavalry, under his command, to Colonel John E. Phelps, commanding Second Arkansas Cavalry Volunteers, in the field, or wherever he may them be.

XVIII. Captain Allen, commanding Company D, Forty-sixth Missouri Volunteer Infantry, now at Mount Vernon, Mo., is hereby directed to move with his command on the 10th instant, and proceed direct to Cassville, Mo., where he will remain until further orders, reporting to the commanding officer of that post for duty.

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By order of Brigadier General John B. Sanborn:

WM. T. KITTREDGE,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HDQRS. SEVENTH PROVISIONAL REGIMENT CAVALRY,

Mount Vernon, Mo., November 2, 1864.

W. T. KITTREDGE,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Springfield, Mo.:

GENERAL: Major Moore leaves for Cassville this morning. Companies G and K were the only companies with him at this place. The greater portion of the other two companies was with you-Companies C and H. Company H is at Springfield; Company C will go to Springfield to-day. Company C is very much needed below on Spring River.