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Rich Haul for the Confederates. From the Cincinnati Gazette, of November 17th, we take the following: Increased audacity on the part of the Secessionists might be expected, as a natural consequence of the change in the military affairs in Missouri. The telegraph brings one of the first effects of this in the capture of an army train of fifty wagons and five hundred oxen in Cass county, on their way to Sedalia.--There is, however, one satisfaction in this — it is regular. Kansas City, November 16.-- A wagon master just arrived, gives information of the capture by the rebels, at three o'clock this morning, a mile and a half from Pleasant Hill, Cass county, of fifty wagons and five hundred oxen, on their way to Sedalia. When the wagon-master escaped, the yokes were being burned, and preparations were made to burn the wagons. The teamsters are all prisoners. Action of the, Synod of South Carolina with reference to the State of the country. The following resolu
t strength of Gen. Sherman, on the railroad North of us, and time of the forces at Columbia, and in that vicinity. We have about 4,000 men at Hop under Gen. Clarke of Mississippi, a new man in Kentucky, but said to be a good officer. Federal Plundering in Kansas. The St. Louis Republican has the following paragraph: A few days since, the notorious Captain Cleveland, with about twenty of his band of Jayhawker, entered the Union branch Bank and the Bank of Northrup & Co. of Kansas City, and took $850 from the former and $3,000 from the latter. It was fortunate for both banks that they had anticipated a robbery, and removed most of their money to a place of safety. It is high time this man was "modified" by somebody. He is certainly a desperate character. His exploit in high way robbery throw those of Deck Turpin or Jack Sheppard in the shade. With his small gang be does whatever he chooses without cholestanols. Eastions in Missouri--Federals retreating — Insu