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From Missouri. Louisville, July 16. --Missouri papers dated on the 13th inst., three days distant from the seat of war, place the belligerent force of three columns of ten thousand each, under Gov. Jackson, to be advancing towards Jefferson City. Those under Rains and Parsons, and under Price and McCulloch have driven the concentrated Federal forces into the neck of land between Warsaw and Oxeola. Capt. Burbage killed thirty and captured 150 Federalists in Cedar county. --Gen. Harris has determined, without the loss of a moment, to rendezvous in Calloway county as speedily as possible. Young men of spirit and gallantry are leaving in tens and hundreds to rendezvous in the Western part of the State. Gov. Jackson's followers are becoming bold and defiant. All the telegraph wires have been cut around Booneville. There is nothing reliable from the Southwest. [Third Dispatch] St. Louis, July 16. --The latest advices from Southwester