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ore Sun, of the 9th inst. The following is a summary of the latest news taken from its columns: Federal Telegrams. Highly Important from Missouri--Federal report of the Engagement at Belmont — heavy Losses on both Sides. Cairo, Ill., Nov. 7.--The expedition under Gens. Grant and McClernand, from this point yesterday, landed at Belmont, Mo., three miles above Columbus, Ky., (which is on the opposite bank of the Mississippi river,) at 8 o'clock in the morning, to the number of 3,500 me fire from the Federal gun-boats mowing them down while covering the retreat of the Federals. The rebels were commanded by General Cheatham, General Polk being at Columbus. It is reported that General Johnson was wounded. Rolla, Mo., Nov. 7.--Capt. Stevens, who left Springfield Tuesday, has reached here, and reports that on Tuesday morning the Federal pickets were to be extended beyond the old battle-ground at Wilson's Creek, the advance guard of the enemy having retreated from that