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dent of the London Times, dated Washington, August 19. We give the whole of it, omitting only a few unimportant paragraphs: Prince Napoleon's visit to Mount Vermont and afterwards to Gen. Beauregard. Prince Napoleon, on his excursion to Mount Vernon, on Wednesday, lost two horses from sunstroke, or, at least, the United States Government did so; but, nothing daunted, he went across the river yesterday with special passes and an escort, and attended by General McDowell, to the Confederate ispleased some of the friends of the Government. General Scott's General order against acts of vandalism — the German "Turners" alarm. In my last letter I referred to the misrepresentations respecting the visits of the Confederates to Mount Vernon, which had so far influenced Gen. Scott that he wrote a general order, rather remarkable in its phraseology, warning the Federal troops against the commission of any acts of vandalism, should they be in that vicinity. Similar misapprehensions
From Missouri. St. Louis, Sept. 9. --Gen. McCulloch is reported to be at Mount Vernon, in order to recruit awhile before making a brisk movement in the North. It is stated that Generals Price and Raines have captured Fort Scott and Jayhawk or Kansas Montgomery and made the most of his command prisoners. Another report says that Jim Lane's brigade has been defeated by General Raines, who captured Lane's entire command. It is also reported that Magoffin is a prisoner at Georgetown, Mo., and has been sentenced to be hung.