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f facts and also a menace. Mr. Shields then addressed him another note, in which he disavowed all intention to menace, and requested to know whether he (Mr. Lincoln) was author of either of the articles which appeared in the Journal, headed Lost Townships, and signed Rebecca; and, if so, he repeated his request of a retraction of the offensive matter in relation to his private character; if not, his denial would be held sufficient. This letter was returned to Mr. Shields unanswered, with a vees concerned, the friends of Mr. Shields ask the friends of Mr. Lincoln to explain all offensive matter in the articles which appeared in the Sangamon Journal, of the 2d, 9th, and 16th of September, under the signature of Rebecca, and headed Lost Townships. It is due General Hardin and Mr. English to state that their interference was of the most courteous and gentlemanly character. John D. Whiteside. Wm. Lee D. Ewing. T. M. Hope. Missouri, September 22, 1842. gentlemen:--All papers i