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have filled its quota of the requisitions already made, both for volunteers and militia. We believe that this would be a measure of military prudence, while it would greatly promote the military education of the people. We hail with heartfelt gratitude and encouraged hope the proclamation of the President. Issued on the 22d instant, declaring emancipated from their advantage all persons held to service or labor as slaves in the rebel States, whose rebellion shall last until the first day of January now next ensuring. The right of any persons to retain authority to compel any portion of the subjects of the National Government to rebel against it, or to maintain as enemies, implies in those who are allowed possession of such authority the right to rebel themselves; and, therefore, the right to establish martial law or military government in a State or Territory in rebellion implies the right and the duty of the Government to liberate the minds of all men living therein by appropr