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From Missouri. Late advices from Price state that a strong Confederate force had attacked a Yankee detachment of troops at Mount Pleasant and captured some three hundred prisoners, with four pieces of artillery.--The enemy fled towards Springfield, but were cut off and compelled to turn northward, towards Bolivar. They lost on the route nearly all their baggage and ammunition train, and left their dead and wounded strewn along the way. Our forces did not pursue farther than Bolivar, in Polk county. It is said that a large body of Federal cavalry and mounted infantry, under the immediate command of General A. J. Smith, had left Steelville, on the Maramec river, in Crawford county, and were marching in the direction of Southwest Missouri. Affairs in Arkansas. In Arkansas, the Confederate Government holds dominion over about thirteen counties. A considerable portion of the State is held by neither party, the enemy not being able to retain possession of but a small par