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Latest Northern news.Latest from Missouri--the numbers of Price's army, &c. From the New York Herald, of the 30th, we e
ected to leave to-morrow or Friday.
Emissaries from Gen. Price, bearing printed commissions signed by him, are busily r at Springfield, and but little uneasiness is manifested by Price or his officers.
There is a general cry for reinforcements re almost impassable owing to the depth of the mud.
Gen. Price's force. St. Louis, Jan. 28.
--A large body of t following is from Major Wright's report to General Wyman:--"Price's force does not exceed 8,000 or 10,000, all State troops.
Price has been notified of his appointment of Major-General in the Confederate army but has not been confirmed, consequently ce (400) are at Sarcoxie and Granby, it is said.
Last Thursday Price was informed that the Federals were moving against him from Rolla.
It caused great excitement in the rebel camp.
Price expects his appointment to be confirmed within two weeks, w