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in favor of disregarding the removal, and refusing to recognize Gen. Hunter's appointment — a course which, if they had persisted in, (and ite last evening,) would have caused a very considerable row, for Gen. Hunter is not the sort of man it would be safe to trifle with. In Insubordination," was held last evening only a few hours before Gen. Hunter's arrival; that regular invitations to it had been issued, and t morning. Immediately on receiving news of his appointment, Gen. Hunter himself pushed on to Springfield with three companies of the 1stsome new particulars to the sketch of general dismay, so that as Gen. Hunter rode along in hot haste, (though still a good deal incredulous,)ers in his stump speech. At or about 9 o'clock last evening Gen. Hunter arrived in town, and soon after called at Gen. Fremont's late heseless panic was started. But despite all this chaos into which Gen. Hunter was pitched headforemost, the place is a changed town and a chan