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s which have been published, one would hardly recognize in them the same engagements. True to their old rule, they still continue to lie themselves into victories, no matter how often or how complete their defeats. The Times's report has the following: Brilliant charge of General Fremont's body Guard upon two thousand rebels. St. Louis, Oct. 27.--The following dispatch was received here this evening: Headquarters, in the Field, Near Harmansville, Mo., Saturday, Oct. 26. Capt. McKeever, Asst Adj't Gen'l: Yesterday afternoon, Maj. Seagoyne, at the head of my guard, made a most brilliant charge upon a body of the enemy, drawn up in line of battle, at their camp at Springfield, 2,000 or 2,200 strong. He completely routed them, cleared them from the town, hoisted the National flag on the court-house, and retired upon a reinforcement, which he has already joined. Our loss is not great. This successful charge against such a very large odds is a noble example to t