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eless thorough and complete. An invasion of Vermont from the Canada side — robbery of banks — panic of the citizens. The Yankees are having a sensation nearer home than the seat of war. On Wednesday last, a band of twenty-five men from Canada "invaded" the town of St. Albans, in Vermont, and robbed the National Bank of $50,000, the St. Albans Bank of $80,000, and the Franklin County Bank of a considerable sum. Some twenty horses were also seized by the desperadoes and carried off. Sevd their retreat. They abandoned the prisoners and rode off northward, firing their pistols as they proceeded. After the invaders had gone the citizens turned out and pursued them, capturing the leader, with $100,000. The Governor-General of Canada is also endeavoring to arrest those who escaped into that province. As the "raiders" passed through Frewsburg, an attempt was made to stop them, and the bailiff of the town was killed. All New England is crazy over this "barbarous invasion," an