General Chute has made quite a triumphant campaign in the
disaffected district between Taranaki and Wellington. Feb after pate—many of them such as General Cameron would not have touched without ten regiments,--have yielded to his dash and pluck. General Chute has done his work with a force of 330 soldiers, 36 civilians, and 200 natives. Mr. Stafford has dissolved the House, and appealed to the country. General Chute's victories will do more for him than his own merits.