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hagrin and howling over the dashing and determined operations of General Price in Missouri. He has started the fox from his covert, and presses him so closely that he has no time to betake himself to his hole and back down for a fight. The old hero's heart is in his work. He is fighting again on his own broad lands and his own flowery prairies. It is the father fighting for the homes of his children, and his sons are following their sire, for Shelby, Marmaduke and Clarke are there, while Cooper and "Bill Anderson" are swelling the train. The enemy attribute the commencement of their misfortunes to the scandalous defeat of Banks on Red river last spring. Since that time we have crossed the Red, the Arkansas, the White, and now the Missouri river; so that, instead of having the Red and Wachita rivers as a line of defence, the enemy have now their old work to do over again — to drive us from Northern Missouri. Price has taken Jeff. Thompson's old racing ground, leading from