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rom Springfield to last Friday state that no battle had been fought between Montgomery and Rains up to the previous Tuesday. McCulloch was reported to be at Fort Smith, and his troops on route for Fort Walker, in Arkansas. Nothing definite was known of his future movements. Gen. Price had gone to reinforce Gen. Rains. Fremont's proclamation created considerable excitement at Springfield. The privateer Sumter at Trinidad. The Government has received advices from Trinidad, dated August 7th, by which it appears that on the 30th of July the privateer Sumter sailed boldly into the harbor, and reported herself to the authorities of that island as being on a cruise. She was last from Puerto Caballo, and since she succeeded in getting out of the Mississippi river she had already captured no less than eleven American vessels. The Sumter landed eight prisoners in a destitute condition. Contributions were made for supplying their immediate wants, and care would be taken of them un