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General Harney relieved of command by the United States Gg the militia or Missouri State guard, and General Harney, of the United States army, commanding theMissouri.
During a temporary absence of General Harney, Captain Lyon, commanding United States foited to their act.
After the return of General Harney, Brigadier General D. M. Frost of the Misstes troops.
General Frost's letter to General Harney continues: My command was, in accordance wential citizens of St. Louis to unite with General Harney in a joint effort to restore order and preithin the State among the people thereof.
General Harney publicly declares that, this object being State Guard.
The distinct position of General Harney, that the military force of the United Staof the agreement between General Price and General Harney, the latter was removed from command, as mn of the justice of this suspicion is that General Harney received a letter from St. Joseph, stating[1 more...]