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ll, said Bonaparte. I will do that for you. And certainly he was right. A similar case occurred in this country General Jackson made a most effective campaign against the Seminole Indians Defeated on our ground they retired into Florida then beourse neutral territory where they were recruiting their and getting ready to make another in Carson upon one territory Jackson marched France and broke up the next of the invaders, hereby putting an end to invasion. The Spanish Governor protested Jackson re d in the same spirit in which Bonaparte had replied to the Venetian Deputation, If you cannot or will nottake care of your Indians, I will do it for you. Jackson was violently assaulted in the newspapers and Congress for his proceedingsJackson was violently assaulted in the newspapers and Congress for his proceedings on the occasion, but common sense and the acquitted him. two examples to the case of Kentucky. The Confederate States and the Yankees are at open war. The tory legislature of Kentucky say she is neutral. She of the Considerate States of
e Federal fort on the top of Cheat Mountain, it was erroneously stated that the force from Gen. Lee's camp, under Col. Anderson, was intended to join that from Gen. Jackson's camp, in the attack upon the Federal fortification. Col. Anderson was only to engage the enemy stationed at the foot of Cheat Mountain, on the west side, nothe fort. Col. Anderson advanced upon the enemy as arranged, and had engaged him, the firing being heard by Col. Rust's men. The result of it was not known at Gen. Jackson's camp Saturday night. The fort on Cheat Mountain is said to be a defence almost impregnable. Some of our men, Col. Rust himself among them, have approac powerful fort or stockade it was thought might be surprised and taken, and it was for this that the force under Colonels Rust and Taliaferro left the camp of General Jackson on Monday, the 9th inst. That camp is in Pocahontas county, on Greenbrier river at the foot of Greenbrier Mountain (and not the Cheat, as has been stated.) Ta
From Missouri. Jefferson City, Mo., Sept. 16. --Intelligence has been received from Sioux City, announcing that one thousand Missourians had attacked Boonsville, and had been repulsed with 12 killed and 30 wounded. F. P. Blacir, Jr., has been ordered to report himself under arrest on the charge of using disrespectful language when alluding to superior officers. Gov. Jackson has publicly announced his intention to move the Capital of Missouri to Lexington, which will doubtless soon be in possession of Gen. Price. Whether the Legislature, which adjourned in May last to meet again to-day, will be ready to proceed to business, cannot now be ascertained.