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From Missouri. particulars of the fight at Fredericktown — advance of General Thompson's army — strength of his forces, &c. [From the Columbus (Ky.) Confederate News, Oct. 27.] We are pleased to have it in our power to lay beforher from Farmington, or some place on the Iron Mountain Railroad. These columns were both moving in the direction of Fredericktown. Gen. Thompson advanced his army from Greenville on the road that led to the same place. By good fortune Thompsforce to the commander of the other column, by which he ascertained that it was proposed to unite these forces around Fredericktown, where it was supposed Thompson was then encamped. Being thus put upon his guard, the daring leader determined to cu When the scouts reached the road by which the enemy must pass, it was discovered that they had gone on, and were at Fredericktown. Thompson then moved his army up to a small stream, the St. Francis, about three fourths of a mile from the town, an