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ling Price has retraced, or will retrace, his steps to the Osage river, and there make a stand, and give our forces battle. Adjutant General Smith informs me that he has raised over 10,000 men for the Missouri State militia, and thinks he will be enabled in due season to obtain the remainder of the 42,000. A large supply of transportation is now on its way here from St. Louis. Gen. Seigel's advance. Headquarters of the Advance of the Federal Army at Warsaw, on the Osage river, Mo., Oct. 16. --We are here with parts of General Seigel and Asboth's divisions. Gen. Seigel's advance is already across the Osage river. His cavalry to-day had a skirmish with one of the enemy's mounted parties, and took three prisoners.--He is in possession of the bridge over the Pommede Terre river, with infantry and artillery. The main body of the enemy is reported to be forty-five miles distant. Exchange for Col. Mulligan. St. Louis, Oct. 17. --The Democrat learns that Dr. Wi
some twelve miles from Blackwater depot, where he died. Judge Dick was in the 73d year of his age. He had been on the Superior Court bench upwards of thirty years, having been elected, we believe, while a member of the Commons from Guilford county. He was a good man, and an honest, impartial, and upright judge. Appointed. Spier Whitaker, Esq., of Halifax, has been appointed Aid-de Camp to his Excellency Gov. Clark, with the rank of Lieut. Colonel, to take rank from the 16th of October, inst.--Col. W. was formerly Attorney General of the State, and ranks high as a gentleman, a jurist, and a patriot. His appointment will be hailed with general satisfaction. --Raleigh (N. C.) State Journal, 23d. Accident. A soldier attached to the regiment of Col., Dannovant, fell overboard from the steamer John A. Moore, says the Charleston (S. C.) Courier, while passing through Dawho river, some days ago, and was unfortunately drowned. Protestant Episcopal Convention.