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of the American both took prizes. So also did the foreman of this office and two compositors in the American office. The firms of Bedell & Sears, and Foster & Collins, yield up all their members. Justice Spencer is the only legal gentleman drawn, and the medical profession loses nobody.--Henry V. Van Dusen, who lost an arm at Gaines's Mills, and is now a clerk at Washington, is also called for. Four volunteer officers, Capt. Bell, and Lts. Gaskill, Kenyon, and Castle are taken. So is O. E. Burns, whose drawing in Geneses county we mentioned last week. In Gaines, one clergyman, Rev. Mr. Rogers, is drawn. Ridgeway loses its supervisor, Mr. Gliddon, who is, we believe, the only first class supervisor in the country. In this town one of the drawn is a boy four years of age — at least no other person answering to the name is known here. The Auburn N. Y. Advertiser says that five wagon loads of conscripts, from Lyons and other towns in Wayne county, arrived in that city