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mustered into the United States service for three months, unless discharged from service prior to the expiration of that term; and that their services were required within the limits of the District of Columbia.] The Turner Rifles were then inspected by Major McDowell, and enrolled into service. Every man in this company also came promptly forward when called upon to take the oath of allegiance. At 12 o'clock M. the Putnam Rifles, Capt., Thistleton, Lieuts. Magruder, McElfresh, and Boyce, two drummers, one fifes, five sergeants, four corporals, and 70 privates, arrived at the War Department. They were enrolled into the service, and took the oath to a man, next in order after the Turner Rifles. The Putnam Rifles (Seventh Ward) volunteered their services, it will be remembered, as they were not called into service. As we go to press the Washington Light Infantry, the Mechanic Union Rifles, (Captain Rutherford,) and other companies, are on their way to the Department for