As such, Pugachev abandoned the plan to march to Moscow, sending his troops southward, returning to the Cossacks of the Don River, blocking the inspection of the inner pier. Queen Catherine offered a reward of 2,800 Russian rubles to anyone who captured Pugachev, and Suvorov led the army in pursuing speed at more than 200 miles a day. Cat that’s what I do I drink wine and forget things poster. Due to poor rebellion weapons, lack of supply, lack of formal training, Suvorov’s army was defeated again. Pugachev led more than 200 Cossacks and farmers broke into the siege, crossed the east of the Volga River, and ran to the prairies. In the end, the remaining team was less than 50 people.