irs of readymade pants for soldiers.
To Secretary Cameron, asking for more muskets.
April 19.—G her services as a nurse.
Telegraphs to Secretary Cameron that the steamer State of Maine, with the abroad on a similar errand.
Writes to Secretary Cameron, that Ex-Governor Boutwell will confer Colonel Sargent, aide-de-camp, writes to Secretary Cameron, asking to have the Irish Brigade, so caTwo regiments of troops additional ordered by Cameron.
Mr. Boutwell arrived at New York on the 2d nt, General Scott, Mr. Seward, Mr. Chase, General Cameron, and Mr. Blair, upon public affairs.
Theed to him the whole business.
I also saw General Cameron, and he has agreed to take the stores, wiemployment of the steamers, and also with General Cameron.
The strong inclination of the Governmening been detained on the way by illness.
Mr. Cameron told me this morning, that his department wid he could not, as he had been trying to get Cameron to receive ten regiments from Ohio, and had s