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ature to force the State out of the Union, and the unconstitutionality of the military bill.--He rehearses the result of the conference with Governor Jackson, and states that attempts to execute the provisions of the military bill have imposed most exasperating hardships on peaceful and loyal citizens, with persecutions and proscriptions of those opposed to its provisions. Complaints of their acts, he says, have been received by him as commander of the Federal forces, and also sent to Washington, with appeals for relief from Union men, who in many instances have been driven from the State.--He gives his orders received from the President, stating that it devolves upon Gen. Lyon to stop them, summarily, by the forces under his command, with such aid as may be required from Kansas, Iowa and Illinois. St. Louis, June 17.--Report says that Brig. Gen. Slack, while mustering troops into the service of the State at Chillicothe, was taken prisoner by Col. Curtis, with his U. S. volun