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om Westport, and was formerly known as Westport landing. On the opposite side of Kansas river is the town of Wyandotte. Independence is sixteen miles lower down the river, and is a place of some importance, having been for years past the out-fitting point and rendezvous for Santa Fetraders. Taking all the Yankee accounts into consideration, the enemy are on the retreat towards the Kansas line, and Price is following up with a portion of his army; at least a third of his command, including Clark, Shelby, Anderson and others, being engaged in operations on the north side of the Missouri river. Had there been any likelihood of the campaign of Price proving a failure, he would have seen it long since, and retreated before penetrating so far into the State. He has met with success at every turn. Volunteers have flocked to him, not by hundreds, but by thousands. Supplies of arms and ammunition, concealed for the past two years, have been untombed and borne into the fight by men w
Forgery. --Two soldiers, named II. Goode and Robert Clark, members of company , Twenty-fifth Virginia battalion, were arrested and committed to Castle Thunder yesterday upon the charge of desertion and forgery.