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hed the War Department yesterday; and as no contradiction of the report comes from any other quarter, we are unwillingly compelled to receive it as authentic.--Gen. Prentiss has dispatched to St. Louis a statement of the surrender, which reduced the loss on both sides considerably below the first reports. Col. Mulligan held out brimmediately. St. Louis, Sept. 23.--All the officers of Gen. Fremont's staff have been ordered to-day to report themselves at headquarters forth with. Gen. Prentiss's dispatch announcing the surrender of Col. Mulligan at Lexington, says the Union loss was thirty-seven killed and 140 wounded. The rebel loss is supposed to be Journal, says that Col. Mulligan has been released on parole, and will be here this evening. He will remain until Gen. Frement's orders are received. General Prentiss has telegraphed from Brookfield to the Assistant Quartermaster to provide sustenance for two thousand men, and to have it ready on their arrival. The co