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his was done without fighting, the surprise being so perfect as to cause a complete panic and rout of the rebels. Gen. Pope, in his report to the Commander of the Department, says: The whole country between Rose Hill on the west and Grand river on the south is clear of rebels. "Grand river" is another name for that portion of the Osage river. The Second engagement. Washington, Dec. 20. --The following dispatch was received by Gen. McClellan this afternoon. It is gGrand river" is another name for that portion of the Osage river. The Second engagement. Washington, Dec. 20. --The following dispatch was received by Gen. McClellan this afternoon. It is glorious news, and created quite a stir in the Cabinet: Headquarters, St. Louis, Dec. 20, 1861. To Major General G. B. McClellan, Major General commanding the Army: A part of Gen. Pope's forces, under Col. J. C. Davis and Major Marshall, surprised another camp of the enemy, on the afternoon of the 18th, at Milford, a little north of Warrensburg. A brisk skirmish ensued, when the enemy, finding himself surrounded, surrendered at discretion. We took thirteen hundred prisoners, inc