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Missouri. The following patriotic address to the people of Missouri is copied from the Nashville papers: It is due to you, as well as to myself, in the present juncture of our affairs, that the motives should be announced which have induced my temporary absence from our State. Believing that our true interests demanded open, immediate and vigorous war upon the anthesis and abettors, from Mr. Lincoln down, of the rebellion against our State sovereignty on the 10th of May last, and confident, from the Judgment of competent military men, that Missouri was then better prepared to resist, than the Lincoln insurgents were to carry out, their plans of annulling our State lights, I dissented, though in a friendly spirit, from the policy of the Governor in making concessions to them in his earnest desire to preserve peace within our borders. Aware that some arrangement with that view was about to be made, and entertaining the firm better, since fully justified by events, that