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admits, together with eight hundred killed! On the other hand, the same impartial narrator informs us that this "glorious victory" was purchased only after a most desperate struggle on the part of the rebels, and the "loss of Generals McCulloch, Price, Parsons, and many other prominent officers among them," including General Beauregard, perhaps. That it was a severely fought engagement, there can be no question; nor can it be doubted that the loss on the side of the State troops has been heavy in the manual of this branch of the art of war. I need scarcely say that no one here, acquainted with the lying character of the dispatches received by the telegraph in these days, attaches the least credence to the reports respecting McCulloch, Price and Parsons' death; but rather attribute them to a laudable desire on the part of those concerned to mitigate, in some degree, by this resort to a pious fraud, what may be regarded as a severe affliction, visited upon the "loyal people" of this c