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ded as fast as possible. Reported flight of Martin Green's forces. Hennewell, Mo., Sept. 10. --Gen. Fope's command marched for the rebels under Green on Sunday night, and at daylight on Monday reached their camp; but Green, having received notice of the approach of our troops, had fled, and his forces scattered in eve the public property they had captured at Shelbina. Green's force numbered about three thousand, and General Pe latest accounts it was understood that the bulk of Green's force had crossed the Northern Missouri Railroad, giments, after giving them a few hours' rest; but as Green's forces are mounted, there is but little prospect of overtaking them. Route of Gen. Green's Army. Washington, Sept. 12. --The following dispatches that he made a night march on the rebels under Gen. Green last Sunday, who, however, got notice of his apprn and forage; also, the public property seized by Gen. Green, at Shelbourne. Gen. Pope's infantry were to
The war in Missouri. St. Louis, Sept. 14. --Gen. Raines is reported to be 40 miles from Lexington with 15,000 men. Tom Harris has captured a Government Agent in Boone county, and took from him a number of horses. Intelligence from Hudson, Missouri, states that Martin Green had crossed the Missouri at Glasgow with 3,500 men, and seized the steamer Sunshine, and used her for transporting troops. He captured a guard of 14 Federals, and released a number of Secession prisoners. The Sunshine was laden with bacon, sugar, &c., and 600 stand of arms. [second Dispatch.] St. Louis, Sept. 14. --Gen. Price's advance guard is at Warrensburg. Price claims to have 16,000 in his main body, and is approaching Lexington. The same messenger brought Price's official account of the battle at Fort Scott on the 4th of September. The forces under Gens. Lane and Montgomery, at the Junction, retreated after a skirmish of an hour and a half. Price's loss was 3 killed and