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llies, before which our men did not stand long, but retreated towards their boats, which had gone about half a mile above Hunter's. Some reports say that the retreat was made in good order, and others that it was a regular rout. Certain it is that tery.--Two companies from each regiment were sent ahead with skirmishers, and met the enemy three-quarters of a mile below Hunter's. McClernand's Brigade led the attack, when the fight soon became general, and all our men were brought up except 500. roops, and commenced throwing shell into the camp at that place causing considerable commotion. The troops landed at Hunter's farm, in Lucas's Bend, struck over the road, and marched down towards Belmont, About a mile from Hunter's they met a laHunter's they met a large force of the enemy — some say five regiments, and some eleven--drawn up behind a slough. The fight commenced here, and continued with varying success for nearly five hours, when our men drove back the enemy, captured their artillery, and burned
oni has just arrived from Cardenas. Our news from San Francisco also mentions the arrest of a supposed privateer — the schr. Neva--at that port, by the Captain of the revenue cutter Mary. It appears that the Neva was fitted out at Shanghai, China, and that information of this fact preceded her arrival at San Francisco. Important from Missouri--Springfield evacuated--Gen. Sterling Price Moving. Springfield, Mo., Nov. 15, 1861. --Since the departure of the divisions of Generals Hunter, Pope and Sturgis, on Saturday last, from Warsaw, nothing of interest has transpired here. The divisions of Generals Siegel and Asboth have returned from their position south of here, which was merely a feint to protect our withdrawal, and they will march for St. Louis, via Rolla, in a day or two. Springfield will be entirely evacuated, and a large number of Union men of the city and surrounding country have left, and will continue to leave with the army, not willing to risk t