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n to the enemy as to ourselves. The battle of Sugar Creek. The great fight in Arkansas is now called the Battle of Sugar Creek. the latest and fullest details confirm the reports favorable to the South. A correspondent writes to the Savannah Republican on late direct information: Price's veterans acquitted themselves with the greatest possible credit; and McCulloch's followers, up to the unfortunate hour when he and McIntosh fell, fought with the most determined resolution. Col. Rives, of the Missouri Confederates, and Capt. Churchill Clark, in addition to many other officers, are numbered with our gallant dead. Among the wounded on the other side, was General. Curtis himself, who received a slight wound. Gen. Seigle was not wounded, as at first reported. Neither Price, Van Dorn, nor the army, have supposed that they were defeated. On the contrary, the result of the battle is equivalent to a victory for the Confederates. The enemy, though far out-numbering us,