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stant, is now in progress in that State. It began on Wednesday in many of the towns. Other towns made up their quotas. In consequence of misunderstandings and objections to the character of the suroliment, there were disorderly proceedings in some places. In Middletown, where the draft was made on Wednesday the sum of $1,000 was offered for a substitute, and not taken. Among the dratted men was a Selectman. He therefore assisted in drafting himself in Middletown, Milford, Cheshire, Hamden, Bethany, Clinton, North Haven, and else-where, drafts were completed Many wealthy citizens were among those who drew "prizes." On Wednesday and Thursday four hundred and fifteen men were drafted at Hartford. The City Hall was filled by an anxious crowd of persons.--Punctually at 9 o'clock, Captain Stillman made his appearance at the head of the Board of Selectmen, accompanied by clerks with books, and boys with boxes. A large platform at the end of the hall was used for the purpose