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lry horses, and various other plunder, valued at $25,000. We lost two men killed and five wounded. The people of the town received our men with great cordiality, and gave them a fine supper. They remained until eight o'clock next morning, and returned to Gen. Floyd's camp with all their trophies of victory. The enemy soon after took possession of the town and burnt it. Both officers and men behaved well, and especially gallant was the conduct of Col. Clarkson, Lieutenant-Colonel Jenkins, Capt. Pate, and others. The Yankee Colonel was taken prisoner, and, being placed on his parole of honor, managed to make his escape on the march. Texas Intelligence. A letter of the 5th, from Austin, Texas, to the Houston Telegraph, says: Our Legislature commenced its session yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, Judge Buckley being elected Speaker without opposition. There is a good deal to be done, it is true, for we have an empty treasury, and our finances are in a woful condition