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ied by a band and escort from the Missouri Volunteers. The arms were placed at Reserve Guard armories and left in custody, while the troops separated for their respective homes. When Colonel McNeal's Regiment had been armed, that of Colonel B. Gratz Brown appeared in turn, and its companies were in a similar manner sworn in and provided. The whole number yesterday sworn in is estimated at not less than twenty-one hundred. While Col. Brown's Regiment was marching past the State MinuteCol. Brown's Regiment was marching past the State Minute Men's headquarters, at Fifth and Pine streets, an effort was made by the crowd there to get up an attack on the column. Certain persons proposed to stone the Guards, but the proposal did not elicit a very cordial approbation, and was not complied with. With regard to the first collision, an account of which we published on Monday, a telegraphic dispatch dated St. Louis, May 11, says: There are many and very conflicting rumors relative to the cause of firing on the crowd at Camp Jac