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my is estimated at from 35,000 to 40,000. The fight was brought on by three hundred of the Missouri regiment of Gen. Prentiss's division, attacking the advance guard of the rebels, which they supposed to be the pickets of the enemy. The rebels immediately advanced on Gen. Prentiss's division, on the left wing, pouring in volley after volley of musketry, and riddling our camp with grape, canister, and shell. Our forces soon formed into line and returned the fire vigorously, and,rs yesterday among them is Gen. Prentice, The number has not been ascertained yet, but is reported at several hundred Gen. Prentiss is reported wounded. Among the killed on the rebel side is the General-in-Chief, General Albert Sidney Johnston,l 9 --The Times account of the battle at Pittsburg Landing, on Sunday and Monday, says that the enemy surprised Gen. Prentiss's brigade, which was in the advance five miles beyond Pittsburg, at five o'clock on Sunday morning, taking two regime