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ost two hundred and fifty in killed and wounded, and fifty wagons. The Confederate Major Wolf, ordered to be shot in retaliation for the killing of Major Wilson, was respited for fourteen days by General Rosecrans. Subsequently a dispatch was received from Lincoln directing the suspension of the execution of Major Wolf until further orders. A letter to the New York Tribune, dated at St. Louis the 7th, says: Another fight with Price is reported. It took place in and around Newtonia, in Newton county, between our forces, commanded by Major-General Blunt and Brigadier-General Sanborn, and the bulk of the rebel army. The rebels evidently supposed the pursuit had been given up, and they went into camp with a feeling of security such as they have not felt since their departure from Booneville. General Blunt overtook them on the 29th ultimo. His advance consisted of two brigades, commanded by Colonel Ford, of the Second Colorado, and Colonel Jannison, of the Fifteenth Kansas