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g touched but Government property"--(a most astounding Yankee lie) Gen. Lee asked to be sent to Baltimore, but the request was denied. Militia called out in Washington. Lincoln, after "the latest intelligence" from Meade, called out the Washington militia, to serve 60 days. Martial law is prevailing in that city, and much excitement is created by the call for the militia. Proclamation of General early to the people of York. Harrisburg, June 30. --To the courtesy of Mr. O Neil, of Pittsburg, I am indebted for a copy of the following: York, June 30, 1863. To the Citizens of York: I have abstained from burning the railroad buildings and car shop in your town because, after examination, I am satisfied the safety of the town would be endangered; and acting in the spirit of humanity, which has ever characterized my Government and its military authorities, I do not desire to involve the innocent in the same punishment with the guilty. Had I applied the torc