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d defiance. The commander asked if there was one man who wanted it down. The answer was "No." Columbus is all right for the South. We want your assistance. Gov. Magoffin has been addressed by a special messenger. It appears that the Lincoln troops, after tearing down the flag and sufficiently frightening the women and chi adventurers who perpetrated the raid, did so with the mere intention of testing the extent of Kentucky's submission. The duty, of course, now devolves upon Governor Magoffin, upon ascertaining the full circumstances of the case, to demand of the abolition commandant at Cairo the design of this insulting movement, and to take immeislodgment of them by the soldiery of the Volunteer State may be looked for as a necessary measure in the prosecution of our defence. It will, perhaps, save Governor Magoffin no small deal of trouble and annoyance to turn his attention to this matter now, with the view of preventing other and more embarrassing complications.