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course, gotten up a defeat for General Price. The New York Tribune has the news, dated from Kansas City. A telegram from St. Louis, dated the 22d, says: A dispatch from General Curtis, dated Kansas City, at 6 o'clock last night, says: "I have been pressed all day, and this afternoon the enemy passed around my flank, when I gave him heavy blows for several hours. I have heard firis and Rosecrans, and A. J. Smith is near by. Another telegram, dated on the same day, at Kansas City, gives some particulars of the defeat of Blunt, from which it appears that he was again whippe, have been fighting Pleasanton at Independence. The affair is closed up by a dispatch from Kansas City, dated the 23d, based upon the story of an "informant," who claims that Price was defeated inisoners and three pieces of artillery. This morning our line was formed five miles south of Kansas City, on the West Point read. Skirmishing continued several hours, when the whole force adva