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er. Previously letters had been received here stating that Montgomery's force amounts to 500 men, with plenty of arms, ammunition and other material and that from time to time warlike supply have been received from the Northwest. They also say the demand to adjourn the land sales would be resorted to a mere pretext for raising an armed force, and that the real effect of this lawless organization is a raid, on the frontiers of Missouri, then on Arkansas and Western Texas, to avenge the punishment of abolition emissaries. It appears that Gov. Medary, now here, is well posted with regard to Montgomery's plans and doings, and orders will be forthwith dispatched to Kansas, giving the Federal troops such points as will be most necessary for the protection of the people and the Land Offices, as well as the public property. Fort Scott has been named as one of the points likely to be invaded. It is reported that Montgomery assumes the name of an abolitionist in full meaning.