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the affair, when Capt. Prince, with a strong body of troops, attacked and routed the State forces, capturing thirty horses and a large lot of baggage. There are now 2,500 U. S. troops and volunteers at Kansas City. Gen. McClellan is expected here to-morrow. Brigadier-General Sweeney, of the Home Guards, is making a thorough investigation of the firing upon the citizens by the volunteers on Monday. The examination of J. W. Tucker, editor of the Journal, was postponed till the 2d of July. Booneville, June 20.--The official report of the battle States that the Federal loss was four killed and nine wounded. Only four of the Secessionists are known to have been killed, and about twenty wounded, though it is generally believed that the number killed is much larger. Sixty or seventy prisoners were taken and released on their parole. Action of the Maryland Legislature. Frederick, Md., June 21. --Resolutions declaring that the debt the United States Governmen