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d much trouble, but the work, in the hands of an efficient marshal or superintendent of police, will be promptly, fearlessly and thoroughly prosecuted. The following dispatches appear in the Baltimore papers of yesterday : proclamation of the Governor of Kentucky. Frankfort,May 21.--Gov. Magoffin has issued a proclamation, appended to which is a preamble, declaring that whereas many good citizens have requested him to forbid the march of any forces through Kentucky to attack Cairo, or otherwise disturb the peaceful attitude of Kentucky, with reference to the deplorable war now waged between the United and Confederate States, and also stating that the same citizens had requested him to forbid the marching of any United States forces over Kentucky soil, for the occupation of any post or place within Kentucky; and whereas every indication of public sentiment shows a determined purpose of the people to maintain the fixed position of self-defence, proposing and intending n
Later from Cairo. Chicago, May 20.--Engineer Bonham, of Gen. McClellan's staff, visited Budd's Point this afternoon, with a large military escort.--He returned after several hours, having thoroughly examined the location. This indicates a speedy occupation of that point by Federal troops. The Tribune's Cairo correspondent says the embargo on supplies now includes all the Kentucky towns, unless it can be shown that their home market needs replenishment.--This is understood to be from instructions from Washington.