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the State, and it appears that he has now met and checked the advance of Price, who is said to have an army of thirty thousand. Curtis holds a good position, and is prepared for a regular engagement if Price will stand to it. Rosecrans, with another considerable army, is close on Price's rear, and will soon be upon him if Curtis can succeed in holding the rebel chieftain where he now is. The rebels have occupied and plundered a number of additional towns in the interior of the State. General Sanborn was skirmishing with the rebel Shelby all day yesterday between Booneville and Waverley. General Price has declared an amnesty to all deserters from his army who have been bush whacking, and they are joining him. A thanksgiving proclamation from Lincoln. Lincoln has issued a proclamation appointing the last Thursday in November next to be observed as a day of thanksgiving and prayer in the United States. The following is an extract from the proclamation: It has plea