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Missouri affairs. Under the telegraph head we publish this morning some interesting news from Missouri. The telegraphs with reference to General Price's movements we find corroborated, to some extent, by the following paragraph, which we extract from the telegraph column of the Baltimore American, of the 26th November. Gen. Price advancing. Syracuse, Mo., Nov. 25. --Intelligence received here to-day, from parties direct from Osceola, is to the effect that Price's army crossed the Osage river at Hoffman's Ferry on Friday last, and his advance guard would reach Osceola on the following day. We find also the following in the same column of the American. It shows a disposition on the part of the Missouri patriots to make the condition of the Federalists as uncomfortable as possible: Burning of Warsaw. Tipton, Mo., November 24. --The burning of the principal part of the town of Warsaw is confirmed by a gentleman who arrived from that vicinity this evenin
Federal gun-boats and winter quarter, &c. Cairo, Nov. 25. --The gun-boats Lexington has gone to St. Louis to convey two new gun-boats just finished, to this place. They will probably arrive to-morrow. Active preparations are being made to place their armament on them at once. Their crews will be taken from 500 marines that arrived here on Wednesday last. Several floating batteries are expected down immediately. Barracks for winter quarters are being rapidly completed. two new gun-boats just finished, to this place. They will probably arrive to-morrow. Active preparations are being made to place their armament on them at once. Their crews will be taken from 500 marines that arrived here on Wednesday last. Several floating batteries are expected down immediately. Barracks for winter quarters are being rapidly completed. St. Louis, Nov. 25.--The work on the mortar fleet is progressing rapidly. The boats are expected to be finished this week.
Movements of Gen. Price--Missouri rising. Syracuse, Mo., Nov. 25. --Intelligence has been received here from parties direct from Osceola, which announce that Gen. Price's army crossed the Osage River at Hoffman's Ferry on the 22d Nov. His advance guard would reach Osceola on the following day. Zedalia, Mo., Nov. 25.Nov. 25. --It is reported that Gen. Price is still advancing towards this place. The Federal pickets were driven in towards town this morning. Memphis, Nov. 25.--According to the St. Louis Republican, Price, with an army 20,000 strong, had crossed the Gasconade River, and the whole country appeared to be rising to join him. ov. 25. --It is reported that Gen. Price is still advancing towards this place. The Federal pickets were driven in towards town this morning. Memphis, Nov. 25.--According to the St. Louis Republican, Price, with an army 20,000 strong, had crossed the Gasconade River, and the whole country appeared to be rising to join him.
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Resignation and Appointments in the Federal army. Washington, Nov. 25. --Gen. Blenker today tendered his resignation. Col. Havelock, a British Count, and DeVillervin Trench, have been appointed aids to Gen. McClellan. The Government has decided to pay the ar arages of the officers of Gen. Fremont's appointment, up to the time Gen. F. was relieved of duty.
Italy against the Privateers. Washington, Nov. 25. --The Government of Italy has adopted a very stringent rule about entrances in regard to piratical vessels engaged in depredating on American commerce.
Murder of a Judge. Paducah, Nov. 25. --Judge Milliken, a prominent Secessionist, was killed in a political quarrel on the 23d. The troops here have not yet received orders to go into winter quarters.
Arrest for Alleged treason in New York. New York, Nov. 25. --On the arrival to-day of the North Star, Adjutant Robt. N. Scott, (son of the Rev. Dr. S. Scott) was arrested on the charge of treason.