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ent. Those who take up arms for the overthrow of the latter have surely by that act waived all right and title to the protection of the Government, either in their persons or property. The declaration of Gen. Fremont under this head, however construed, would merely present, on the side of the National authority, the alternative already clearly, if tacitly, confessed to himself by every one who actively aids and abets in the violent destruction of the Government.--National Intelligencer, September 7. martial law in Missouri.--We have said that we condemn and regret the proclamation of General Fremont establishing martial law in Missouri and confiscating the property and setting free the slaves of the rebels of the State found in arms against the United States. We hope that the portion of the proclamation relating to slaves will be repudiated by the Administration. Certainly, there is nothing in the United States military operations in Missouri to authorize the belief that it ha