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ed and declare that St. Louis will shortly be in their possession. General Price's official report of the bank of Lexington has been received. The following is the closing paragraph: "Our entire loss in this series, of engagements amounts to twenty-five killed and twenty- two wounded. The enemy's loss was much greater. The visible trulls of the most bloodless victory are great. About thirty-five hundred prisoners were taken among whom are Cols. Mulligan, Marshall Reding, White, Grover, Major Van-Horn, and one hundred and eighteen other commissioned officers. Also, five pieces of artillery and two mortars, together with over three thousand stand of infantry arms, and a large number of sabres; about seven hundred and fifty horses, many cavalry equipments, teams, ammunition, more than one hundred thousand dollars' worth of commissary stores, and a large amount of other property. In addition to all this, we obtained the restoration of the great Seal of State, and the Public