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gh, Missouri, and a gentleman of irreproachable character. " Mr. H. commanded a Confederate State regiment of 650 men in the battle, and lost 142 in killed, wounded and missing. Subjoined is the report of Mr. Hughes: On the morning of the 10th General Lyon attacked our encampment, at break of day, with 14,000 men and 18 places of artillery, having received reinforcements within the last few days. The attack was made simultaneously at our different points, General Lyon on the West General Siegel on the South, General Sturgis on the North, and some other column — General , I think — on the East and Southeast. On encampment was taken somewhat by surprise, but, in hot haste, soon formed for the battle. The forces engaged were about equal in each side — the Federals having the advantage in position and heavy artillery. The red harvest of death now commenced. The cannonading was most terrible, and the on both sides immense. It quick the hosts marshalled for the conflict, and b<
order, thanking the army for their gallant conduct, and characterizes their achievement as glorious and brilliant. Mr. Brownlee has been released on the condition that he will resign his office, leave the city, and remove to a free State. Republican accounts of Confederate movements--they lie about their loss at Springfield. St. Louis August 23. --Two released prisoners, arrived from Springfield, reports that on Thursday, after the battle, General McCulloch moved after General Siegel; but, learning that he was reinforced, he moved towards Jefferson City. Quite a number of the wounded on both sides have died. Colonel Coffee lost a leg. The official loss of the Federals is 223 killed, 72 wounded, and 291 missing. [An extraordinary result in which the killed exceeds the wounded nearly four to one !] These virtuous Northern people are improving in their great merit — that of lying !] From Ironton news is received that the Confederates have been reinforced by Harde