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defeat. It is supposed that the Secessionists will make another stand at or near Lexington. They are now commanded by Col. Wrightman, late of the Federal army. Gen. Lyon had two killed, nine wounded, and one missing. Dr. Quarles, of St. Louis, is one of the Confederates killed. St. Louis, June 20.--Two field- places and a number of muskets were captured by the Iowa Federal troops at Hanson, on the Hannibal Railroad, on Wednesday. Twenty-three Secessionists were also captured at Cameron, and several wagon loads of lead, a quantity of power and eight cannon. Seventy head of cattle were captured by the Federal troops at Rolla, and twenty five prisoners were also taken. Col. Solomon's Regiment left Rolla on the 17th for Springfield. Col. Seigel's Regiment will soon follow. Skirmish between the Missourians and Kansas soldiers. St. Louis, June 19.--Advices from Kansas City, Via St. Joseph, give the following account of the engagement near Independence on Thursday la