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test from Northern Texas. --Mr. Geo. W. Wright, direct from Paris, Texas, which place he left on Monday, 6th inst., states that the night previous to his leaving an express arrived from Col. Wm. C. Young asking for assistance in besieging Fort Arbuckle, in the Indian Nation. Col. Young had already taken Fort Washita, but found no arms. He had with him 500 Texans, and 1000 Choctaw Indians. 1,500 U. S. troops were reported to be in Fort Arbuckle. Northern Texas was volunteering en masse to direct from Paris, Texas, which place he left on Monday, 6th inst., states that the night previous to his leaving an express arrived from Col. Wm. C. Young asking for assistance in besieging Fort Arbuckle, in the Indian Nation. Col. Young had already taken Fort Washita, but found no arms. He had with him 500 Texans, and 1000 Choctaw Indians. 1,500 U. S. troops were reported to be in Fort Arbuckle. Northern Texas was volunteering en masse to go to Young's assistance.--N. O. Picayune, 14th.