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Lane's Brutal plans endorsed by General M'Clellan. The New York Evening Post's Washington correspondent says, that Gen. Lane has, in several interviews with the President, discussed his plans, and that, in a conversation with Gen. McClellan, the Commander-in-Chief thus addressed him: "Suppose you find the Union sentiment whatever where you go?" "Then," replied Lane, "I will take good care to leave no rebel sentiment behind me. If Missouri, Arkansas, and the indian country w I would give the traitors twenty-four hours to choose between exile and death. Sir, If I can't do better, I will kill off the white traitors, and give their lands to loyal black men!" The friends of Lane assert that, upon hearing this reply, McClellan laughed heartily, and said, "You must work out your own plans Go your own way, and see that no rebel sets his foot in Kansas." Release of Hon. R. H. Stanton from Fort Lafayette. From the Maysville (Ky.) Eagle we copy the following:
he Constitution and the Union. Democrats had warned the country of the ruin which would overtake the land in the event of the triumph of a sectional party. All of their predictions were now using fulfilled. The policy of this Administration its ultimate object, was to liberate the slaves. Gen. Halleck, in Missouri, makes a proclamation prohibiting fugitive slaves from entering his lines. Immediately Lovejoy, the intimate friend of the President, and the prince of Abolitionists in Congress, set on foot a movement to remove him — Lovejoy, who ran 29 miles from Bull Run without stopping to catch his breath. Gen. McClellan, too, because he is an old fashioned Democrat, a Union man, he was to be superceded. And who do you think was to be his successor? --Nathaniel P. Banks, who said, not more than three years ago, "Let the Union slide. " If the Administration should declare against the emancipation of the negro every Republican press, from Chicago to Boston, would denounce it.
e operations, and a speedy suppression of the rebellion, and was doing his utmost to bring about such a result. The reported abandonment of Manassas by the rebels. The report that the rebels have abandoned Manassas is a great humbug. Gen. McClellan knows better. The roads are so bad that they cannot leave Manassas if they would, and it is believed that they would not if they could. The reported intended attack of Norfolk. The statement that General Wool gave notice to the autho the vacancy from the Fifth Congressional district of Missouri, occasioned by the expulsion of Reid, rebel, was on the 21st inst. sworn in as a member of the House. The Federal Treasury Department has stopped payment of a claim of Calhoun Benham for ten thousand dollars, for services alleged to have been rendered the Government at San Francisco, California. Colonel John Jacob Astor, who, as reported, resigned his position in General McClellan's staff, has withdrawn his resignation.