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continue the following extracts of the latest telegraphic and general news: The expedition to Alabama. St. Louis, Feb. 13. --The Republican's Fort Henry correspondent gives further particulars of the Tennessee river gunboat expedition. posed of lawless politicians, who overawe, by violence, the order-16th Union citizens. From Kansas. Leavenworth, Feb. 13. --The last regiment of the first brigade of Gen. Hunter's advance left this morning for Fort Scott. The brigade cy, of the 2d Ohio, will be made Acting Brigadier-General of this brigade. From the upper Potomac. Frederick, Md., Feb. 13. --There are rumors here that the rebels are concentrating their forces between the Point of Rocks and Leesburg, and also that they are erecting batteries there. As yet nothing authentic. From Missouri. Rolla, Mo., Feb. 13. -- to the Missouri Republican says: from Lebanon, just arrived, Gen. Sigel's division arrived at four miles from Spri
Western Virginia. --Wheeling, Feb. 13.--The Constitutional Convention this morning adopted the following as a section of the article on the fundamental provisions of the Constitution of the proposed new State of West Virginia, with the understanding that this section should be a settlement of the vexed question: "No slave shall be brought, or free persons of color come, into this State, for a permanent residence, after this Constitution goes into operation." This will ensure a large majority for the Constitution. The Legislature is still in session, but will adjourn to-night. Holliday's Cove Railroad bill was again defeated to-day in the House of Delegates.