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Houston Telegraph, dated Fort Stockton, Nov. 23.: Since writing the above we reached this place by a night march of over twenty miles, having marched yesterday thirty miles. At noon yesterday had express that 7,000 Federals had landed at Guaymas, and were to invade Texas via Chihuahua, and that the Governor there had orders from Mexico not to offer any resistance to their march. "We are not ordered to do the same, and shall offer resistance wherever we meet them." Major Raquet, with Hardeman's and Crosson's companies, and Lieut. Reilly's artillery, were three days ago pushed on rapidly in advance, at Fort Davis. Lieut. Colonel Scurry is close in the rear with his detachment of my regiment. The Arkansas conspirators. We learn that the Little Rock Journal, of the 17th, that the seventy-eight prisoners, whose arrest in Searcy county we have noticed, were brought before the military board, and after an investigation were all released. They protested their devotion to the