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is concerned, according to the following dispatch, which we find in the Petersburg Express: Raleigh, April 16.--Governor Ellis received a dispatch from Secretary Cameron to-night, saying that a requisition would be made upon him for two regiments. The Governor promptly replied that he regarded the course of the Administratioempting to subjugate States as unconstitutional, and that he would be no party to this wicked violation of law, and this war upon the liberties, of a free people, Cameron can get no troops from North Carolina. The In the Episcopal Churches at New York, Sunday last, the preyer was used appointed to be said in time of war ato American energy. Lincoln's call for troops. The following is the call for troops, issued in accordance with the proclamation of the President, by Secretary Cameron, and giving the quotas allotted to each State to furnish: War Department, April 15, 1861. to his Excellency the Governor of--: Sir --under the