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Doc. 174.-the Missouri treason. Letter from Gen. D. M. Frost to Gov. Jackson. St. Louis, Mo., April 15, 1861. His Excellency C. F. Jackson, Governor of Missouri:-- Sir: You have doubtless observed by this morning's despatches, that the President, by calling seventy-five thousand of the militia of the different States iat you were kind enough to express a desire to consult with me upon these subjects on your recent visit to this city. I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant, D. M. Frost, Brig.-Gen. Com. First Mil. Dist. of Mo. P. S. I highly approve of the suggestions of Gen. Frost, and await your commands. J. A. Brownlee. at you were kind enough to express a desire to consult with me upon these subjects on your recent visit to this city. I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant, D. M. Frost, Brig.-Gen. Com. First Mil. Dist. of Mo. P. S. I highly approve of the suggestions of Gen. Frost, and await your commands. J. A. Brownlee.