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woe to the Federals if they venture to follow. But we have no idea that they will ever pass Sugar creek. Price will hold the Federals in check. They cannot turn that point. Col. Diamond's Texas regiment, and Stand Watie's Cherokee regiment are on the Kansas line, waiting for Lane, who is said to be approaching at the head of 8,500 Jayhawkers. The following dispatch, dated "Headquarters, Little Sugar Creek, Ark., Nov. 11, we copy from the Fort Smith Times, Nov. 14: Major Geo. W. Clarke: The General Commanding directs that you forward immediately all the companies that are or may be mustered into service. The Missouri army is at Pineville. The Federal troops are advancing from Springfield. Fremont has been superceded by Hunter. The enemy's strength is reliably stated to be from 43,000 to 50,000, with one hundred and twenty pieces of artillery. Respectfully, &c., F. C. Armstrong, Adj't Gen. From the Potomac — sinking of a Federal Boat and probable