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over to the right-hand men, leaving on the left only about three stern and unyielding. "non-swearers." So the Carrington Home Guards went home, unsworn. Some of the Georgetown men complain that they knew nothing of having to take an oath or the form of oath, until their arrival at the War Department. Considerable excitement prevailed in Georgetown all day yesterday and last night, and is unabated this morning. This morning at 9 o'clock, the Metropolitan Rifles, Capt. Nalley, Lieuts. Chauncey and Lewis, 5 sergeants, 4 corporals and 60 privates, mustered at the War Department and reported for duty. At the same hour, company B, Union regiment, Capt. Kelley, Lts. Herbert, Hines and McMillan, 4 sergeants, 3 corporals and 65 privates, also mustered at the same place and reported for service. This company, together with Carrington's corps, numbers 175 men all told, and owe much of their efficiency to the military enterprise not only of the company officers, but also to their