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king them. They then rested for refreshments, which it may be imagined they wanted badly. On the following morning, Ben. McCulloch joined them with 6,000 Rangers, who followed the Federals on Saturday, the result of which had not been ascertained uy of course riddled him. Our State forces were divided, but are all together now, numbering not less than 20,000. McCulloch had 3,500 infantry about 30 miles back in Arkansas, who doubtless have entered the State before now. Our arms, fifty tons in all, are of the very best description — McCulloch brought four fifty-pounders in with him, and said he could knock Springfield to pieces in ten shots. I have no doubt Springfield is taken before now. Up to Sunday only ten of our boys had It is likewise currently reported on our streets, from various notices, that Springfield has actually been taken by McCulloch, and that Seigel is now a prisoner. Some rumors are afloat of a train having been run off the Pacific track last eveni