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Affairs at the South. attack on the Confederate schooner Royal Yacht at Galveston — from Gen. McCulloch's camp — the Kentucky ladies, &c. We make the following summary of Southern news from the latest papers received at this office: Important from Texas--attack on the schooner Royal Yacht. The Galveston Civom destruction. From Gen. M'Culloch's camp — the Federals Preparing to move. The Fort Smith (Ark.) Times, of the 8th, has the following message from Gen. McCulloch's camp: A messenger from General McIntosh, who, with his own and Stone's Texas regiment has been reconnoitering in the vicinity of Springfield, has just arrived at Gen. McCulloch's headquarters, bringing information of the most important character. The substance of the information is, that Gen. Hunter has superseded Gen. Fremont, and is now in command at Springfield, with 60 regiments of men, well armed and equipped, and that they are evidently making every preparation for a for<
deem rather too low an estimate. Generals Price and McCulloch were still at Cassville, when Capt. Myerson left about teention of wintering on Arkansas river. Generals Price and McCulloch are acting in concert and in perfect harmony. A battle m— far exceeding the Oak Hills battle. Generals Price and McCulloch are determined. The Federals have 3,000 pack mules and save along 3,000 pack saddles, and it they force Price and McCulloch back, will throw an advance detachment of 10,000 men, by : Fayetteville, Nov. 11th.--Maj. Geo. W. Clarke: Gen. McCulloch directs that all traveling from Fort Smith, in this dit night. Gen. Price has fallen back to Pineville, and Gen. McCulloch to the Arkansas line, and is cutting the roads full of Southern Missouri and returning. The plans of Price and McCulloch are good to the extent of the means of defence. With numcreek hills, to prevent Hunter from turning these hills. McCulloch is cutting down the timber on the small portion of this c