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somewhat notorious Arsenal.--Young Brown is a very brave man, and will no doubt be stimulated with a new incentive to action at this particular point under all the circumstances. General Harney has been ordered to St. Louis on duty. General Lane was dispatched some days ago to Kansas on important business connected with the Kansas on important business connected with the Government. He will have command of a large force, and will proceed as soon as possible through the Indian country to Fort Smith, for the purpose of retaking that post, and all others belonging to the Government, in both Missouri and Arkansas. General Lane stated before leaving Washington, that with one thousand men, such as he could bring into the field, he could march successfully through that entire section of country. Several hundred men under his command will be composed of the same class that served under Montgomery. There are an army of contractors now in Washington, anxious to serve the Govern