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weep has been made of the whole country, between the Missouri and Osage river, and Gen. Price, cut off from all supplies and recruits from North Missouri, is in full retreat for Arkansas with his whole army, having passed through Spring field with his whole army. Our loss in accomplishing these important results did not exceed 100 killed and wounded. These are the points of brilliant strategical combinations by Gen. Halleck, which have been so apply executed by Gens. Pope, Prestiges and McKeon, and Cols. Jeff C. Davis, of Fort Sumter fame, and Fred, Steele, of the 11th regular infantry, and the brave officers and soldiers of our army, regulars an volunteers. General Price's designs to stir up rebellion in North Missouri, and simultaneously burn all railroad bridges, stations, and rolling stock, on the 20th of this month, in accordance with a plan promulgated from the round camp, have been foiled, to a great extent, by the energy of General Halleck and activity of our forces,