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t place, says: The panic was a humbug--one that has had its run and exploded — and we now hope that men and women will return and betake themselves to the work which awaits them. The same paper has the following: As can confine Butler and his th to their victory there ng, for they cannot harm us, and se of keeping the place, to ment, will be immense; and there must be be kept. Without taking a Virginia, and even without interfering with recruiting for Virginia, we can keep Butler's Hatteras army from advancing, and we must do it. If the State authorities will only do their duty and give us the means of defending the coast and of protecting the citizens and property thereon, the people will do it. We call upon the Legislature, therefore, not to wait for everything to be done by the Confederate States Government, but to take steps themselves to prevent the advance of the invaders. A skirmish in western Virginia. The Southwestern Times gives the fol
Movements of Gen. Butler. Boston, Sept. 6.--Gen. Picayune Butler is here, and will address at an early hour a Union meeting at Fanueil Hall. Movements of Gen. Butler. Boston, Sept. 6.--Gen. Picayune Butler is here, and will address at an early hour a Union meeting at Fanueil Hall.