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Gen. Price and his staff. --Late accounts from Van Buren, Ark., represent that Major-General Sterling Price is recovering from his wound, and will soon be at the head of a well-organized army, which, it is believed, will effectually thwart the plans of the enemy in that direction. Gen. P. has selected for his staff as general Aids, ex-Gov. Trusten Polk, of Missouri, and Col. Broadwell, of New Orleans; as Adjutant-General, Major Thomas L. Sreed, of St. Louis; Maj. Harding is his Quartermaster; Major Reed his Commissary; Captain Price his Ordnance Officer, with the privilege yet to appoint two Lieutenant.