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camp, with three pieces of cannon, to a superior force of the rebels. The camp of Col. Matthews was twenty miles from Hermann, and is said to have contained about 400 Home Guards. The rebels number some 2,000, and their design is to burn the Gasconade bridge in that vicinity. Reinforcements have been sent to Hermann and the bridge. On hearing of the approach of the rebel force, our troops began erecting palisades for its defence. At last accounts the army of Gen. Price was on Grand river, in Henry county. On Wednesday last he was marching Southward. Col. Matthews not surrendered. Jefferson City, Oct. 9. --The surrender of a Federal camp near Hermann, which was reported this morning, proved not to have been so serious an affair as at first stated. Col. Matthews simply abandoned his camp on the approach of the rebels, and retired to Eastern, who were taken on board at Cork Harbor, where the Great Eastern was still moored on the 26th. The Great Eastern