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-day, and resume the positions heretofore occupied by them in the suburban portions of the city, viz: The Nineteenth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel Lyel, near Fort McHenry. The Eighteenth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel Lewis, Federal Hill. The Twenty-second Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, Colonel Morehead, Mount Clare Station. The Twentieth Regiment New York Volunteers, Col. Pratt, Patterson Park. The Thirteenth Regiment New York Volunteers, Col. Smith, on West Baltimore street. The Eighth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, Col. Hinks, on Baltimore street. The Battery of Light Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteers, Major Cook, Mount Clare Station. II. When re-established in quarters the commanding officers will not allow the men of their respective commands to visit the city without permission obtained for that purpose from the commanding officers of the company and regiment to which they are attached. When such permission
l the news of interest which it contained: The war in Missouri--defeat of Col. Smith. St. Louis, July 11. --J. H. Bowen, agent of the Hannibal and St. Jos About 2 o'clock on Wednesday morning the camp of the Federal troops, under Col. Smith, of the Illinois Sixteenth, near Monroe station, some thirty miles West of Hahere another skirmish occurred, in which the Confederates were again repulsed. Smith then took up a position and sent messengers for reinforcements from Quincy. St. Louis, July 12 --A gentleman from Hannibal last night says that Col. Smith's command at Monroe was reinforced by three hundred mounted Illinoisans yesterday afternoon, when the Confederates, who had been surrounding Col. Smith's force, were attacked and dispersed. Gen. Harris, their commander, was forced to abandon on city, on the Missouri shore, with orders to push from there by land to aid Col. Smith. By the route taken they will avoid the bridges, but will have to march thir