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few men. We shall get a few from day to day, as now — to be sure — but they are not the right kind of men to make good soldiers of. Once let it be known, however, that a draft is decided upon, and there would be such a rush to the recruiting offices as would enable the city and State to furnish their quota of men in less than sixty days from data. As to the objections of the people at large to that mode of raising recruits, sir, I hear a great deal of it, but don't see it. A week after Governor Morgan has issued the order to draft, mark me, the result will be such as to make him and everybody else wonder why the thing was so long delayed." The man who said all this seemed to be honest; he certainly was intelligent, and, so far as I can as certain, from a pretty tree intercourse with the people, I am constrained to say that his judgment is entirely in accord with theirs. The Governor ought to see these things in their right light. The fifteen or twenty self-appointed "committee