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ices as a nurse. Telegraphs to Secretary Cameron that the steamer State of Maine, with the Fourth Regiment on board, is detained at New York; depends on his providing a convoy from the capes of Virginia, if necessary. Writes to William Gray, accepting the offer made by ladies through him to supply under-clothing for the soldiers. Thanks James M. Stone for his valuable aid as assistant quartermaster in getting off the regiments. Acknowledges the receipt of a beautiful fire-arm from Dr. Henry G. Clark, to be given to the surgeon of the forces of Massachusetts who shall best perform his duty in the exercise of his profession towards the brave men who have taken up arms in behalf of liberty and the country. Telegraphs, seven o'clock, P. M., to General Butler, When did you reach Philadelphia? When will you leave? Is the way open? Can you communicate by telegraph with Washington? Has Jones reached Washington? April 20.—Writes to Dr. H. H. Fuller that surgeons are appointed under