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of the most powerful nation in the world. Important from the West--surrender of 5,000 Federal at Munfordsville, Ky. The surrender of Munfordsville, Ky., by the Federal troops, five thousand strong, under Col. Wilder, to the force of General Bragg, numbering thirty thousand, is announced in dispatches from Indianapolis. The surrender took place on Wednesday. The following dispatches tell the story: Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 19. --Adjutant Slauson, of the 17th Indiana regiment, wthe Sixty seventh, the Sixty eighth and the Sixty- ninth Indiana regiments, and one company of cavalry and ten pieces of artillery — have surrendered. The surrender was made on Wednesday morning, our forces being completely surrounded by General Bragg's forces, estimated at 30,000 men. Our loss in killed and wounded was fifty. The rebels acknowledge a loss of seven hundred on Sunday. Louisville, Sept. 19, 1862.--At the surrender of Munfordsville, on Wednesday morning, the re