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been madness to measure their strength.
While the Anderson was approaching her the crew were engaged in throwing over shot, shell, muskets, &c., and before the capture most of the ammunition was lost — only powder, a few pistols, one or two rifles and the pivot gun on deck remaining.
The crew, 27 in number, were at once placed in irons and transferred to the ship Prize. Master Davis, with a picked crew, took charge of the sch'r. and rapidly brought her to Key West.
Important from Missouri--advance of the rebel forces to Springfield. Rolla, Mo., Nov. 21.
--Our scouts this morning bring definite and reliable reports of the movements of the enemy in the Southwestern portion of the State.
They were in the camp of the rebels at Sarcoxie on Thursday.
McCulloch had marched to and is now encamped at Springfield, with a force of four thousand men.
General Rains, who had command at Sarcoxie of seven thousand men, left that place on Friday last, and has joined McCull