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village. Black Hawk's conspiracy. Lieutenant Johnston's journal. movements of troops. General Atkinson's negotiations for peace. Pacific course of Keokuk and Wapello. they surrender Criminals. movement up Rock River against Black Hawk, who declares War. Stillman's defeat. arrangements for the campaign. savage butcheries aan do no more; then we will go home and try to keep our village at peace. The one who has raised all this trouble is a Winnebago, called the Prophet. Prince (Wapello), the chief of the Foxes, spoke to the same effect. General Atkinson then told them that, in justice to the Menomonees, he must require hostages of them. Keokuk again met the friendly Sacs and Foxes on the 19th. They brought in three young men who had been engaged in the murder of the Menomonees. In delivering them up, Wapello said : There are the young men, who have taken pity on the women and children. There are three of them. These are my chiefs. These are the men who went into t