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r provisions. A train of Federal arms, which was brought in safety from Springfield by Major Sturges, is said to be worth a million and a half of dollars. Proclamation of Gen. M'Culloch. The following proclamation, under date Springfield, Aug. 15, briefly alluded to in our telegraphic dispatches of yesterday mornine general officers wounded. The flag of the Confederacy now floats over Springfield, the stronghold of the enemy. The friends of our cause who have been impriseph McIntosh, Captain C. S. A., and Adjutant General. The battle near Springfield — official report of Gen. Price. The St. Louis papers contain the officiaee divisions of the Southern Army which participated in the battle near Springfield, Missouri. The report is addressed to Governor Jackson. We find but little in ien. Rains that the enemy were advancing in great force from the direction of Springfield, and were already within 200 or 300 yards of the position where he was encam