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Blair's Regiment of Missouri Volunteers, under command of Lieut Col. Andrews, and a company of regular artillery, under Captain Totten, all under command of Brigadier Gen. Lyon. The balance of the force remained on board the J. C. Swan until further notice. A company of regulars, under Maj. Corant, thoroughly searched the couonel Andrew are now occupying the State House.--One or two houses have been searched for Secession flags, but none have been found. St. Louis, June 17th.--General Lyon has issued a strong proclamation, pointing out the determined efforts of the Governor and Legislature to force the State out of the Union, and the unconstitutifor relief from Union men, who in many instances have been driven from the State.--He gives his orders received from the President, stating that it devolves upon Gen. Lyon to stop them, summarily, by the forces under his command, with such aid as may be required from Kansas, Iowa and Illinois. St. Louis, June 17.--Report says