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f troops. Gov. Dennison, of Ohio, has called for 100,000 more volunteers. They continue to harp on the idea of an attack upon Washington. Warren Leland, of the Metropolitan Hotel, New York, has tendered his services to the Governor of Vermont, his native State, to lead the first regiment of Green Mountain boys. The following dispatch comes from Harrisburg, Pa., and although it is denied by the Northern papers, we have no doubt of its truth: A serious breach exists between Gov. Curtin and the Legislature, which body has thus far refused to make any appropriation for military purposes, unless unprecedented restrictions are made with regard to the disbursements and appointments. It is understood, however, in well informed circles, that the real object is to pinch down the appropriation. The indignation of the volunteers in camp is intense, and with the slightest encouragement, the Legislature would be driven from the Capital. The feeling of the true and good men o