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Quincy. General Seigel was as far South as General Price's rebel army, but some twenty-five miles east of him, and evidently aiming for Springfield, to cut off his retreat South, while General Lane was only two day's march north of him. Gen, Lane's forces were at Osceola, and Gen. S gis's entire command was but one day's march behind. Fremont is at Pommedette River, en route for Quincey. Gen. Pope was marching on Leesville, via Sedalia. A detachment of U. S. cavalry broke Gen. S gis's entire command was but one day's march behind. Fremont is at Pommedette River, en route for Quincey. Gen. Pope was marching on Leesville, via Sedalia. A detachment of U. S. cavalry broke up a rebel camp at Buffalo Mills on Tuesday night, killing seventeen and wounding a large number, also taking ninety prisoners and a large number 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 by the privateer Sallie, off Charleston, on the 13th inst., in latitude 33, longitude 71, at midnight.
Gen, Fremont and the Administration. Washington, Oct. 25.--Gen. Fremont gives the Administration much trouble. The Cabinet had a meeting on the 23d inst., and some favored depriving him of his command immediately, and ordering him to Washington, to be tried by a court-martial. The matter was left with the President to decide, who finds it a very difficult question to settle, as it involves not only great pecuniary interests to the Government, but perhaps immediate and important military results.