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were to be assembled at Chicago, and with them an attack was to be made on Camp Douglas on Monday evening for the purpose of liberating the rebels confined there. Walsh, with one hundred and fifty men, was to assault the east side of the camp, and another man, whose name we may not now furnish, with two hundred, was to take the we, they would have been joined by a sufficiently large number of Chicago disloyalists to have made a clean sweep of the city and reduced it to a heap of ashes. Walsh is completely unmanned — broken down by his sudden arrest, the complete exposure of the treasonable conspiracy into which he has been led, made the dupe of personslf on whose brink he has been lying. Marmaduke has made a partial confession, or rather a series of admissions, which, as far as they go, fully substantiate Mr. Walsh's statements and leave no doubt that the conspiracy was fully as diabolical in its character as is represented above. He has made these statements to a man who