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oner, and the 14 rebels who were taking him to General Price's camp. Last night about 20 of them charged on Lieutenant-Colonel John H. Price, and 12 other rebels, killing one of them, twelve miles south of here, and brought all the rest on, and they Fremont has taken possession of the flouring mill in this county, and is rapidly gathering supplies for the army. Gen. Price is near the Arkansas line. It is doubtful whether he will give us battle. The rebel officers thought that the bodyn. The bodies were buried in one grave, into which Gen. Fremont cast the first earth. Release of Col. Mulligan by Gen. Price. Jefferson City. Friday, Nov. 1. --Persons from the West report that Col. Mulligan had been released by Gen. PrGen. Price. He was seen at Warrensbaugh to-day, on his way to Lexington, to bring away a child left there. His release indicates that the commission from St. Louis some days since, to effect the exchange of Cols. Mulligan, Peabody, and Maj. Van Horn f
hether it contained any inmates was not ascertained. Important from Missouri--news from General Price's rebel Camp — the programme of his campaign. The following is from the correspondence oMcNeunt, a prominent citizen of this county, reached home yesterday from the headquarters of General Price. He left the rebel camp at Neosho, Newton county, on Wednesday, the 22d, where General PricGeneral Price and Ben. McCulloch had united their forces, making an army of about thirty thousand men. Gen. Price had received a large supply of clothing, medicine, &c., and some arms. His rifled cannon haGen. Price had received a large supply of clothing, medicine, &c., and some arms. His rifled cannon had not reached him, but were expected to do so on Sunday night, under the charge of General George B. Clark, who had sent messengers forward to indicate his approach. The Legislature was in sessios, when it was believed they would confirm Claib. Jackson's declaration of independence. Gen. Price gives out that he will stand at Neosho and give Gen. Fremont battle, whom he expects easily to