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ehensive results, in our domestic and foreign relations, foreshadowed by this great triumph of our army in Maryland, and their fulfillment is but a question of time. This Southern rebellion is doomed, and with its extinction our redeemed country will rise at once in the majesty of the most powerful nation in the world. Important from the West--surrender of 5,000 Federal at Munfordsville, Ky. The surrender of Munfordsville, Ky., by the Federal troops, five thousand strong, under Col. Wilder, to the force of General Bragg, numbering thirty thousand, is announced in dispatches from Indianapolis. The surrender took place on Wednesday. The following dispatches tell the story: Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 19. --Adjutant Slauson, of the 17th Indiana regiment, who escaped from Munfordsville immediately after the surrender of that place to the rebels, has reached this city. He reports that the garrison there — numbering from four to five thousand men, comprising the Sevente