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l. From Missouri — the Yankees Swear that Price is whipped. Dispatches from St. Louis confirm the report that Price was whipped at Newtonia on the 28th and lost two hundred and fifty in kil Louis the 7th, says: Another fight with Price is reported. It took place in and around Newtfind the main portion of the rebel army, under Price, occupying a strong position. The fight comme chief command in this engagement. Doubtless. Price is far south in Arkansans this, with many wagoon trains, it is proved by many witnesses that Price did get off with at least one hundred wagons; Blunt and Pleasanton concerning the pursuit of Price, and it will be hard to make up history, when referring to Price's invasion, correctly, in the light of the present conflicting accounts. T officers, and about eight hundred privates of Price's army, who were captured, as heretofore state; and many of these sympathizers, who welcomed Price with their whole heart, will have to bite the