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From Kentucky and Missouri Eagerness of McCulloch's troops for a fight — the late engagement of Gen. Jeff. Thompson--the collision of forces at Greenville, &, &c. The following ins were again "troubled" yesterday afternoon by the arrival at headquarters of a courier from Ben. McCulloch and one from Gen. Jeff. Thompson. Mr. Connor, the courier from McCulloch, brings informMcCulloch, brings information that the command is now in Benton county, on the Osage river, some 430 miles from here, and in communication with Gen. Price, though these two Generals have not yet see fit to form a conjunction.--McCulloch's troops were in good order, and eager for an opportunity to meet the enemy Gen. Price had fallen back from Lexington to a position higher out on the Osage, and was only restrained fromeplenishing of his military stores, and a conjunction effected between the forces of Price and McCulloch, Form out will be ground between these two commands like -fire in bark mill. Things are drawi