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ferent corps, averaging about 50 men to the company. It was reported at Fort Craig that the regular force lately stationed in Utah (600 men) had arrived at Fort Union; and also a regiment of Kansas artillery, escorting a train of supplies. Col. Canby, of the regular army, and Capt. Hatch, of the N. M. volunteers, have been made Brigadier-Generals. Hon. M. A. Otero was tendered a Colonelcy, but replied that there was no office in the gift of the Administration which he would accept. Lieut. Lane, of the Rifles, and Lieuts Plummer and Ryan, of the 7th Infantry, have been dropped from the army list. Desertions are occurring among the volunteers daily, in spite of the most rigid measures to prevent, such as shaving heads and whipping. There is manifestly much discontent among all ranks. The soldiers had not been paid; no money in circulation, and freedom of speech virtually suspended. Southern men are treated with the utmost rigor, and almost daily arrests are made. "many a
the Baltimore attack upon the Massachusetts regiment, we extract the following graphic and amusing paragraph. Truly, old Abe's wife must be "all sorts of a woman:" Mob law at once asserted itself. The legion of Cassius M. Clay, composed of Lane's Kansas assassins and the desperate hundreds of disappointed office seekers yet remaining, assumed a ruling influence over everything The President quaked with trepidation.-- The Cabinet knew not what moment a bomb-shell might come booming over f That was Mrs. Lincoln. She was not at all appalled. Whilst her husband cringed and cowered with apprehension, she stood firm as a rock, and abused the whole concern. They were all fools and cravens, she said. She refused a body guard; ordered Lane, who posted a band of men in the Executive Mansion, to leave the house; avowed her determination to preserve her own reputation at all hazards. In truth, she did so. Nobody can question the pluck of that woman. She is full of spirit, fire and pu