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ermission to recruit in their domains. The Governors addressed reply in the negative. The Governor of Vermont feels "compelled to decline the request." The Governor of Pennsylvania says he will need all his men to fill up the Pennsylvania regiments, they having "suffered so severely." Most of the Governors adopt the Pennsylvania's reasons. In the West they seem more burliest, and less on the music and speech order — In Illinois about 100 companies have been raised. In Jersey City, on the 18th, a meeting was held, with the usual music and transparencies, which requested the Governor to give $50, in addition to the United States bounty. Mr. Richard Busteed, corporation counsel of New York, who was imported to stir up the people, made a speech. Having rapidly and powerfully sketched the crying evils of this unholy conflict, the speaker asked his bearers what they proposed to do in regard to the rebellion. (A voice, "Fight.") Your fathers, and your brothers, and your sons, cont