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at Palmyra in Missouri, will be read with a shudder all over Christendom. General McNeil has earned for himself a place among the monsters who shed blood lovingly. me in the possession of the Confederates, and had recently been recovered by Gen. McNeil. It was then discovered that a man named Andrew Allsman had disappeared durormer home. This unexplained absence of one individual formed the excuse of Gen. McNeil for murdering in cold blood ten of the prisoners in his bands — men who had h all the forms of a military execution. What must be the consequence? Gen. McNeil becomes by such an act as this hostis humani generis; if he were to fall inn need of blood is not likely to put himself in the neighborhood of danger. Gen. McNeil, like General Butler, whose evil fame he has now eclipsed, will keep himselfera had the murder of his mother to revenge and his vengeance was terrible; but McNeil is a more amateur butcher. We have, but scarcely dare to expect, that the Conf