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he had been engaged. The Administration at Washington has shown more weakness, vanity and presumption in its refusal to exchange prisoners, than we had supposed it capable of it has planted itself upon an abstraction — could not exchange prisoners because that not would be an acknowledgment of the existence of the Southern Confederacy. This is tomfoolery, and a stickling for dignity and etiquette, that can only render them ridiculous. There is such a thing as a Southern Confederacy, or Southern Party, or Southern Army, or whatever we may choose to call them, with 200,000 troops in the field, and they made themselves felt at Manassas, to such an extent, as to at least entitle them to be regarded as belligerents, and an organization that the Washington Government might afford to exchange prisoners with!" There is some hope for Brownlow. With the aid of time, repentance, reflection, Beauregard, McCulloch and Zollicoffer, he may be licked into decency.--Charleston Courier.
The war in Missouri. the Confederates moving North--proclamation of Gen. McCulloch--official report of Gen. Price, &c., &c. We lay before our readers 23. --Accounts from Spring field state that from six to ten thousand of McCulloch's army have left for the Northern section of the State. A Confederate force d to in our telegraphic dispatches of yesterday morning, has been issued by Ben. McCulloch: To the People of Missouri: Having been called upon by the Goverstinate. Missouri must now take her position by the North or the South. Ben. McCulloch, Brigadier-General Commanding. The following general order has diers who fought as you did yesterday cannot rob or plunder. By order of Ben. McCulloch. Joseph McIntosh, Captain C. S. A., and Adjutant General. The battuld endeavor to hold him in check until he could receive reinforcements. General McCulloch was with me when these messengers came, and left at once for his own head