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eers and intelligent civilians, and it has been approved, with scarcely an exception. The model explanatory of its action, and its inventors, is in your midst, ready to explain and unfold the plan of operation. He proposes that the citizens of Virginia and others shall form a joint stock association for the purpose of carrying out the programme. If this plan promised only possible attainment, it should, in view of the vast results expected, and our great necessities, secure attention and patronage; but when its success is not only possible and probable, but certain, what must be the infatuation of a people that would induce them to neglect it. Should this appeal reach the eye of any patriot, burning with desire to serve his country in this hour of her need. and who desires information on the subject treated of, let him apply at the store of Col. Walter D. Blair, corner of 8th and Main streets, where he will be placed in communication with those who are engaged in this enterprise.
were hurriedly collected from the farmers in that vicinity during Saturday night and Sunday, and a messenger who left there this morning states that he saw indications about the camp of an early departure. The 11th Pennsylvania Regiment reached the camp this morning. Northern Account of Affairs in Missouri. Jefferson City, Mo., June 15.--The capital of Missouri was taken possession of at two o'clock this afternoon, on the arrival of the steamer Santa, by five companies of Colonel Blair's Regiment of Missouri Volunteers, under command of Lieut Col. Andrews, and a company of regular artillery, under Captain Totten, all under command of Brigadier Gen. Lyon. The balance of the force remained on board the J. C. Swan until further notice. A company of regulars, under Maj. Corant, thoroughly searched the country for contraband articles, and found some wheels and other parts of artillery carriages. Governor Jackson and the other leading Secessionists left here on the st