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[537] not the slightest doubt, they are strangers. Since Gen. Fremont has assumed command in the West, every thing moves like a nation intending to sustain itself He has sent hither large numbers of horses, mules, and wagons; cannon and ammunition are abundant, and, in fact, there is confidence and energy in every department.

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