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ct their rights, and that the civil commissioners of Austria and Prussia would assume the administration of the duchies of Schleswig and Holstein. In conclusion the proclamation advised the inhabitants to abstain from any party agitation, which would not be suffered by the Commander-in-Chief, in the interest of the Schleswigers themselves. On the 2d of February, actual hostilities commenced, of which we have the following details: Prussian Headq'rs, Feb. 3, 1864. Prince Frederick Charles of Prussia employed seventy-four guns in the attack upon Missunde yesterday. His Royal Highness was convinced that the Danes would offer serious resistance to the Austrian and Prussian advance. There were one hundred killed and wounded in yesterday's engagement. The troops behaved with great valor. The vanguard of the Eleventh infantry brigade were under fire. Missunde in flames. Rendsburg, Feb. 3, 1864. The Danish prisoners taken in the attack upon Missunde w