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hiana, killing some three hundred, and taking 400 prisoners. Morgan's command is utterly demoralized and scattered. Cols Hanson and Garrard are in pursuit. A telegram from Gov. Bramlette says that "no rebels in force are moving towards Louisville." After the Cynthiana defeat Gen. Hobson and part of his staff were sent under guard to Falmouth, but the whole were recaptured by a scouting party, and are now at Falmouth Miscellaneous. A gentleman who left Little Rock on the 3d of June says that everything was quiet when he left. Price and his army were near Red River. The Washington correspondent of the Boston Traveller states that a call for 200,000 men will be made in a few days. The Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs had a heated discussion on the 14th on the Mexican question. No conclusion was arrived at. The bill to suppress speculation in gold has passed the House of Representatives--yeas 76, nays 62. Gold opened in New York on the 15th at 1