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ut County Home Guards were surprised early on Sunday morning at Burnett's Mills, by three hundred and fifty Confederates. Two of the Guards were killed and wounded, and the Confederates also had several killed and wounded. A dispatch from St. Louis reports that Col. Dohena, of the Indiana Legion, has been court-martialed on the charge of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman, and sentenced to be dismissed from the service of the United States. The court was presided over by General Pope, and the finding was approved by General Fremont. Engagement between Gunboats. Under date of Cairo, September 4th, the Northern papers have the following: The Federal gunboats Taylor and Lexington had an engagement off Hickman, Kentucky, this afternoon with the Confederate gunboat Yankee and two batteries on the Missouri shore, supported by about 1,500. Confederates, who also fired upon our boats. None of the enemy's shot took effect. The Taylor and Lexington fired a
ek, was surrounded in a farm-house while at dinner, by a party of twenty-five Secessionists, who demanded a surrender. He refused, and the Secessionists made an attack, when a severe fight ensued, but the Federalists maintained their position in the house, driving their assailants from the ground with a loss of seven killed and four wounded. Corporal Dix was killed, but none of the other of the Federalists were hurt. Under the same date we have the following from Quincy, Ill.: Gen. Pope left here last evening to take the field in Missouri. The Confederates have torn up the railroad track and cut down the telegraph poles between Hunnewell and Shellena, on the North Missouri Railroad. Martin Green was between these places yesterday, with a force of two thousand well armed men, and had two pieces of artillery. Gen. Hurlburt is reported to be west of Shellena, with twelve to fifteen hundred Illinois troops. Later from fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, Sept. 4.--A