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hree barrels of vinegar with which to quench their thirst. Their supply of water was from the river, and was cut off, after a desperate fight on Wednesday. Prentiss has resigned the command of North Missouri, and started West yesterday. He is now west of Brookfield, and is cut off by the rebels — it is supposed a part of Pr Great fears are entertained that he will be captured. Quiser, Ill., Sept. 24. --Communication with Quency is still cut off, and nothing has been tread from Prentiss since yesterday. Washington, Sept. 24.--Opponents of Fremont charge that he could have prevented the necessity of Mulligan's surrender by sending timely rei he was on the eve of starting with a heavy force, and hoped he would be able to dislodge the rebels from their position at Lexington. St. Louis, Sept. 23.--Prentiss's dispatch, announcing the surrender of Mulligan, states that the Federals lost 87 killed and 140 wounded. The rebel loss is supposed to be about 800 killed and