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m. P. Noyes. line.--Co. A, from Gorham, Josiah Heald, Captain; Wm. Merrill, Lieutenant; Henry R. Willett, Ensign. Co. B, Biddeford, E. L. Goodwin, Captain; Robt. Stevens, Lieutenant; Samuel F. Pilsbury, Ensign. Co. C, Saco, Isaac B. Noyes, Captain; Fred. D. Gurney. Lieutenant; David S. Barrows, Ensign. Co. D, Brunswick, Edward W. Thompson, Captain; George B. Kenningston, Lieutenant; Charles H. Small, Ensign. Co. E, Lewiston, E. W. Sawyer, Captain; L. L. Daggert, Lieutenant; Frank L. Lemont, Ensign. Co. F, Portland, George P. Sherwood, Captain; Nathan Walker, Lieutenant; G. E. Atwood, Ensign. Co. G, Portland, Henry G. Thomas, Captain; George W. Martin, Lieutenant; Thomas Sawyer, Ensign. Co. H, Portland, J. H. Gearmon, Captain; A. L. Dwyer, Lieutenant; L. Munson, Ensign. Co. I, Bethel, C. L. Edwards, Captain; J. B. Walker, Lieutenant; C. M. Wamwell, Ensign. Co. K, Mechanic Falls, Wm. A. Toble, Captain; H. T. Buckman, Lieutenant; B. Spillen, Ensign.--N. Y. Tribune, June 28.
nd naval forces of the United States. Of his duty to see to the execution of the laws he could have had no doubt, as that is in words imposed by the Constitution itself. Nor could he have had any doubt of his authority and obligation to resort for that purpose to the powers conferred on him by the laws referred to. The meaning of these laws is free from all question, and the constitutionality of the first was long since sanctioned by a unanimous decision of the Supreme Court in the case of Martin and Mott, 12 Wheat. 19, whilst the validity of the last was never drawn into doubt. In that case it was also decided that the President was the sole judge of the facts which would authorize his use of the means provided by these laws, and that his decision was conclusive not only upon the citizens, but upon every branch of the Government, whether Federal or State. In the language of the Court, the authority to decide whether the exigency has arisen belongs exclusively to the President, an