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ction of the State. A Confederate force had reached Lebanon, on the Rolla road. About seven exiles from Spring field have joined Col. Boyd's regiment. About a thousand Union men have been obliged to abandon their homes in the Southwest section of the State, and leave their property at the mercy of the Confederates. There is much distress among these people, large numbers having neither money nor provisions. A train of Federal arms, which was brought in safety from Springfield by Major Sturges, is said to be worth a million and a half of dollars. Proclamation of Gen. M'Culloch. The following proclamation, under date Springfield, Aug. 15, briefly alluded to in our telegraphic dispatches of yesterday morning, has been issued by Ben. McCulloch: To the People of Missouri: Having been called upon by the Governor of your State to assist in driving the Federal forces out of the State, and in restoring to the people their just rights, I have come among you simply w