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y prudent that we should be prepared to defend ourselves under any circumstances which may happen. Being prepared to maintain our rights, there will be less liability that they will be disregarded so as to force us into collision. Boston, Oct. 17.--Secretary Seward's circular attracts no special attention, but its suggestions in favor of State action for coast defences meet with general approval. The circular had no perceptible effect on stocks or the money market to-day. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 17.--The Express (Rep.) says:--"Mr. Seward's circular has taken the country by surprise, and will be likely to occasion much anxiety lest there may be in the secrets of the Department a knowledge of real danger. If, in response to the armaments England has sent to Canada, our frontier should bristle with guns and be put in a position for either offence or defence, we are inclined to believe that the consequence would be as Mr. Seward suggests, pacificatory." The Courier (Democr
The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia.--a Proclamation. (search)
tates that the Federal force is 3,000. An early battle is expected. Bowling Green, Oct. 24. --The correspondent of the Nashville Union and American says that a gentleman who left Louisville on Saturday last reports that the Federal troops between Louisville and Nolin number about 18,000 strong. Gen. Rosseau's force was mainly from Ohio and Indiana, and among whom considerable dissatisfaction exists, owing to the indifference manifested to their success. Indianapolis, Oct. 17. --Dispatches received here announce that more troops are moving into Kentucky. It is said that the Federal Government has been swindled out of about $64,000, by some new rascalities introduced by Col. Young in the purchase of horses, Col. Young has been put in jail in Indianapolis. He is connected with the Kentucky cavalry. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 23. --Judge Ballard has been appointed U. S. District Judge of Kentucky, in the place of Judge Monroe, removed.