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omes, would at once cluster around it. Under the law to join the rebel arm, or lose their property, they were obliged to succumb in self-defence. The officers of the gunboats say it is impossible to doubt the of the greetings that everywhere meet them. The rebel press is wholly under the control of politicians, and do not speak the peoples' feelings. The secession elsewhere is principally composed of lawless politicians, who overawe, by violence, the order-16th Union citizens. From Kansas. Leavenworth, Feb. 13. --The last regiment of the first brigade of Gen. Hunter's advance left this morning for Fort Scott. The brigade consists of the 1st, 5th, and 6th Kansas regiments, and 15th Wisconsin, under command of Acting Brig.-Gen. Geo. W. Deitzler, who commanded the Kansas brigade gallantly in the battle at Wilson's creek. Gen. Hunter will himself accompany the second brigade, which will consist of the 9th and 12th Wisconsin regiments, 3d Ohio cavalry, and the 3d Kan