HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF SOUTHWEST MISSOURI,
Springfield, Mo., November 8, 1864.
Have you any further information as to rebels moving across the road, and has the subsistence train left Lebanon? Can you send out any mounted force to meet the prisoners that left here to-day and assist in escorting them to Lebanon? If so, how many. Answer at once.
WM. T. KITTREDGE,
LEBANON, November 8, 1864.
Captain W. T. KITTREDGE,
Two bands of rebels passed within eight miles of this place last night at 12 o'clock, about sixty each side of the town. I cannot pursue them for want of horses.
Major Eight Cavalry Missouri State Militia.
SAINT LOUIS, Mo., November 8, 1864.
(Sent November 10, 9.57 a. m.)
Saint Joseph, Mo.:
Recall all men organized under General Orders, Numbers 107, who have been sent out of their own counties (whether in the Enrolled Missouri Militia or not), as soon as possible, and send them back to their own counties. Notify them at the same time that are to keep up their organizations. They are to be relieved from service as Enrolled Missouri Militia while organized under General Orders, Numbers 107.
By order of Major-General Rosecrans:
SAINT JOSEPH, November 8, 1864.
(Received 1.20 p. m. 14th.)
Colonel J. V. DU BOIS,
Chief of Staff:
Will the mounted troops sent from this district in the Price chase be ordered here soon? I need them much in looking after small roving bands of guerrillas yet left on this side the Missouri River.
CLINTON B. FISK,
WARRENTON, November 8, 1864.
The guerrillas are in Cavalry County. Major Montgomery, Sixth Missouri Cavalry, followed them to that county and returned to this place to vote. He will start again after the election in that direction. Colonel Dyer is in Louisiana and will be in Mexico to-morrow.