WARRENSBURG, November 14, 1864.
It is reported that a gang of about 200 rebels passed Kingsville last night, going south, and that another band is expected to follow by the same route. Captain Peery moves from here to-night with detachments of First Missouri State Militia for Kingsville.
By order, &c.:
J. H. STEGER,
WARRENSBURG, MO., November 14, 1864.
Major THOMAS W. HOUTS,
Seventh Cavalry Missouri State Militia:
MAJOR: I have the honor to report to you that on Friday, the 11th, 1864, I left this place with a detachment of twenty men from Companies B, F, and H, and proceeded to the neighborhood of Brownsville, Mo.; I found no bodies of guerrillas in that country. I heard of several small squads passing through almost constantly. The citizens are in great confusion, laying out at night, hiding their horses in the brush to keep the guerrillas from getting them. I returned to Warrensburg on last evening, 13, 1864.
I am, sir, with respect, your obedient servant,
S. W. McGUIRE,
Lieutenant Company B, Seventh Cavalry Missouri State Militia.
HDQRS. DIST. OF SOUTHWEST MISSOURI, Numbers 304.
Springfield, Mo., November 14, 1864.
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IV. Colonel R. W. Fyan, Forty-sixth Missouri Infantry Volunteers, upon being relieved from the command of the post by Colonel Gravely, will resume command of the regiment.
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By order of Brigadier General John B. Sanborn:
WM. T. KITTREDGE,
SAINT LOUIS, November 14, 1864.
The general commanding wants you to give him an outline of condition of the district with a view to dispensing with the militia. Give the condition above and below Glasgow, and also balance of the district separately, and make the report as speedily as possible.