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g Brigadier-General, was wounded. Finding the place strongly fortified and defended by a large force under Breckinridge and Echols, General Burbridge withdrew during the night, leaving his wounded. The revels Burbridge passed through Covington this afternoon, on the way to Lexington. The defeat of General Ewing in Missouri--his retreat to Rolla. The defeat of General Ewing at Arcadia Valley, Missouri, by General Sterling Price, on the 24th instant, is fully acknowledged. On the 25th, Ewing got back to a strong position, General Price pursuing. A letter says: About 3 o'clock P. M. the rebels concentrated and evidently determined to risk an assault. Their lines were drawn up in three bodies, and the devoted band, now almost read to give up in despair, prepared to receive the shock, but, lo ! at that moment a large body of Union cavalry was seen coming from the direction of Rolla, and in fifteen minutes it had broken the posts and pickets of the enemy in that direct