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s last Sabbath was desecrated by a conspiracy at the Fort, between Robinson and Prince, to destroy the Kansas brigade. Chas. Robinson and CapChas. Robinson and Capt. Prince conspired to destroy it. They were guilty of treason baser than that of Price. [Great cheering] I have come here to talk plainly to puppy — if that creature Prince. or that still dirtier creature, Robinson, can find an instance of a violation of this rule in my command, t fellow, I'd take the Kansas brigade, and I'd do it, though he had Robinson and Prince to help him. [Terrific cheering] "Kansas is the jep, and expense, I have not received one dime. Now don't you think Robinson and Prince could have afforded to let me serve my country for noth liar. What effect this had on Lane we are unable to state. Governor Robinson comes out in a two column card in the Daily Times, and reviewcalls on Lincoln to "examine into the charges thus boldly made by Gov. Robinson, and dismiss the recreant from the place which he usurps."