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twenty feet over our heads. Our army reached Springfield in safety, and are now preparing to move toward R, a Union clerk, employed in a Secession store at Springfield, reached here this morning. He reports that onfederate cavalry, under General Raines, entered Springfield on Monday at noon, and hoisted a Secession flag ove here. More than one half of the population of Springfield have left, and the farmers along the route to thied command of the army at about thirty miles from Springfield, and has since conducted the retreat. The fiat the War Department, respecting the battle near Springfield and the death of General Lyon." This is all the traham Lincoln, when the details of this affair at Springfield shall have reached him, don't admit that somebodyhere to have put her foot down in the vicinity of Springfield, last Saturday, and right smartly, too,) as some ion of the Bull Run affair in the neighborhood of Springfield, with serious disaster to the Federal forces; tha