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in with the army, even in a subordinate capacity. Many of his staff officers are anxious to stay until after a battle, and Cols. Lovejoy, of Ill., and Starks and Hudson, of Ia., will do so whether the General does or not. The enemy are reported moving north from Cassville, and Gen. McKinstry is just about to start, with a conps that left with Gen. Fremont. Gen. Asboth accompanied the General, and Acting Brig. Gen. Carr has taken command of his division. Cols. Lovejoy, Starks, and Hudson, late of Gen. Fremont's staff, who remain here to participate in any battle which may take place, have received appointments on Gen. Hunter's staff. The remoock in the evening, made a complete change in the matter, and the battle has been delayed. General Fremont and staff, with the exception of Colonels Lovejoy, Hudson, and Schenck, left for Tipton to-day, at six A. M. The camps were not generally made aware of the departure, as it was not deemed prudent for the soldiers to rece