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r, in proportion to the numbers engaged, than at Bad Run! [the Associated press Dispatches.] Edward's Ferry, Oct. 24,P. M.--The rebels during this afternoon, were busily engaged in and around their fort between Leesburg and the river fronthe fleet which has recently left Hampton Roads. We subjoin the following telegraphic dispatch: Fortress Monroe, Oct. 24.--The weather to-day has been most favorable for completing the enormous preparations for the expedition. It will probabed, that Lane and Montgomery have intercepted McCulloch's rebel force, and cut his whole army to pieces. St. Louis, Oct. 24.--Col. Morgan, with 220 men of the 18th Missouri regiment, and two pieces of artillery, had a fight with some 400 rebels,of horses. Capture by a privateer — the Brig Granada taken by the Sallie. From the New York Post, of the 24th of October, we take the following: The brig Granada, Captain Pettingill, from Nuevitas to New York, was taken as a prize
A Federal steamer fired into. Cairo, Oct. 24.--The Government steamer March Cook was fired upon last night by 300 cavalry. About 100 shots were fired into her, wounding one man. The fire was returned and one rebel was crippled. The rebels followed the boat several miles, but she escaped.