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o a victory for the Confederates. The enemy, though far out-numbering us, and well provided with arms and ammunition, has been so crippled that he will be unable to attack us without large reinforcements, whereas Price and Van Dorn can march when and where they please. At last accounts they were at Van Buren, recruiting and getting ready for another forward movement. If the President would give Gen. Price a sufficient force, and place him in command of all our troops west of the Mississippi river, there would not be an enemy left south of the Missouri by the 4th day of July. Changing front. The Yankee papers, since the evacuation of Manassas by the Confederates, have been entertaining their readers with all sorts of legends, which they profess to have derived from Virginia farmers and old ladies in the neighborhood. The Boston Traveller, however, seems to have become somewhat disgusted with the sport of practicing upon Puritan gullibility, and says: The account