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College classmates. --Col. John C. Burch, aid to Major General Pillow, Edward G. Parker, aid to Major-General Butler, at Fortress Monroe, B. Gratz Brown, of Mo., Colonel of a Lincoln regiment, and Major Winthrop, who was killed at Big-Bethel, were classmates.
fe was killed. The battle took place on the 6th inst., about 30 miles from Springfield." [Second Dispatch.] St. Louis, July 11. --The State Journal of Thursday has the following: "A telegraphic dispatch received last night says a fight in the South west commenced at ten o'clock between the State troops and the Federalists under Gen. Zeigle and others, at a point twelve miles beyond Carthage. It resulted in the Federal troops being completely routed with great slaughter. The retreating Federals were pursued fourteen miles to a point two miles beyond Carthage, and as night approached they were captured. The Journal further learns by a letter received from Gen. Parsons that after pursuing and surrounding Gen. Zeigle and his forces, Zeigle desired to stipulate for the surrender of his men, but not their arms. Gen. Parsons insisted on an unconditional surrender, which was complied with. Among the killed were Col. B. Gratz Brown and Solomon Kallman Wolf.