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The War. The details of the great battle in Arkansas have not yet come to hand; still everything in connection with it will interest the reader, and we therefore copy the following from the Little Rock (Ark.) True Democrat, of March 18th: The battle ground extends over ten miles, and on every mile of the route are a thousand dead men. The battle was the most desperately contested of any fought during the war. Our loss in officers is reported as terrible. McCulloch, McIntosh, McRas, Slack, and others, have fallen. Braver and nobler men never died for freedom. Our forces at Boston Mountain were supposed to be in the neighborhood of thirty thousand, opposed to 34,000 Federals. The latter were western men and regulars. Among the forces of the enemy was one regiment of cavalry armed with revolving rifles and with two extra cylinders, so that they could fire 18,000 shot without re-loading. They also had Sturgis's battery manned by regulars, and said to be the best drilled