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The Missouri News confirmed. --The following dispatch, dated Memphis, Tenn., it is supposed relates to a dispatch published in our paper a few days ago, in regard to the brilliant victory which Gen. McCulloch has gained over the Federalists in Missouri: Memphis, July 17.--To N. Adams: The Missouri news is confirmed. Have had fine rains the past two days. No news to-day. C. H. Halin.
From Missouri.the Unreliability of intelligence from that State. Louisville, July 20. --Dispatches from St. Louis and other points in Missouri, are utterly useless — private letters equally so. The indications are plain that the entire State is in a blaze, and nothing is allowed to be published or go through the mail tending to encourage the patriots. Nothing but items stating that McCulloch has quarreled with Gen. Jackson, and gone home, the impossible annihilation of Secession camps in districts where all are Secessionists, and where no St. Louis Dutch or Illinois soldiers have arrived, are allowed to be published.