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ined his own ground, but forced the enemy, which was 20,000 strong, under Kirby Smith, to retire hastily and in great disorder. We captured several pieces of artillery and a large quantity of small arms, three battle flags, and five or six hundred prisoners, including three Lieutenant Colone's and thirty line officers. Our entire loss is three thousand, that of the enemy much greater. Gen Ransom, commanding the 13th army corps, was wounded, but is rapidly recovering. Col Benedict, of the 162d New York, was killed. Gen Banks will advance again shortly. The rebel Gen Mouton was killed. Gen Banks will advance again shortly. (Signed)James. S. Bredin, Col. U. S. A, of Gen. Emory's staff. Affairs in the Southwest. The Memphis Bulletin, of the 13th, says a dispatch from Washington to Missouri calls for troops to be sent to the frontier as soon as possible. Gen Sherman had previously telegraphed to Nashville to send on troops, saying not a moment