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JNew York, April 16. A special dispaich to the Nw York Post says : "It s rep rtod that the Governors of KentucKy, Virginia, North Carolina, and Missouri, refuso to reepond to the cali of the President for troops. Marvland, however, responds promptly, and a BaJtimore regí ment tenderud their services to tbo President to-day. "The quota for Massachusetts has been rioubled, nd three regiments trotn BoSton ordered beie at once. 11 Gen. James Lane, of Kansas, tafees commaBd of ooe thousand meo here." A dispatch to tho Commercial says : " Ilon. Geo. A.shrntin has been sent to Cunada on a secret mission. ' No orders are yet issued to blockadu the Southern ports or stop tho mails. " The President has issued orders to garrison thu Harper's Ferry, forts Washington, .Monroe, and others One of the MassNchusetts regirnentR goes to Fort Monroe with a New York regiment The route bttween Philadelphia and Washington wi'l be guarded by Western troops." Washingtan, April 16. Col. Ellsworth has had strong induceraents offered hiin to proceed to New York city and organizo a regiment of Zouaves. If he does nut go thither he will repair to Illinois for a similar purpose. He has duolmed the comnnssion in the armj which was teudered hiin; ïwenty tons df grape and shell have been sunt to Georgetown to provide against an attack ou Washington. The government has directed the Department to stop sendiug copies of the (Joast óurvey South


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