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Speech of Gov. Jackson, of Missouri. On Thursday evening last a large crowd assembled in front
o hear from his lips an account of affairs in Missouri.
In response to loud and repeated calls for
I doubt not you want to hear something of Missouri.
[Voices "Yes; tell us about her? "] The tro d here, the difficulties you have surmounted, Missouri has felt and encountered to a far greater extent.
The people of Missouri are more divided than the people of Virginia.
The insidious influences of the geographical situation of Virginia and Missouri, it is apparent to the mind of all that these you desire to hear something specially about Missouri.
Well, we have had some little skirmishing t ughter and cheers] It was done exclusively by Missouri troops.
Another battle we had a day or t n as soon as the cars can take me to the State of Missouri.
I shall go to the field, and there I s low is the one we should make in Virginia and Missouri, and drive the invader from our soil.
I advi [3 more...]