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further news with great solicitude. The Waterloo of the West. The Banner of Peace, published in Memphis, Tenn., has received a letter from a chaplain in McCulloch's army, from which the following extract is made. It is the latest and most reliable information we have of the movements of the army in the West. The letter iwhen every man ought to bear his part in the defence of our common right. Our latest news from Missouri is of the most startling character. A dispatch from General McCulloch, from Neosho, says that he has information from an undoubted source, that the Federal army is South of Springfield, and is marching rapidly towards Fayetteville, Arkansas. General Price has fallen back to Neosho, and he and McCulloch had united their forces, which are estimated at 37,000 men. They are falling back into this State, and intend to make a stand at a point called the Cross Hollows, 17 miles North of Fayetteville. The Federals are commanded by Fremont, and are variously