aphs to Secretary Cameron that the steamer State of Maine, with the Fourth Regiment on board, is det Washington.
Telegraphs Governor Washburn, of Maine, One advance regiment [the Sixth] has reached .—The Governor writes to Governor Washburn, of Maine, that the understanding is, that Mr. Crowninshled muskets, of the most approved pattern, for Maine, and Maine is to bear her proportion of the exMaine is to bear her proportion of the expenses of the agent.
Also to Governor Goodwin, of New Hampshire, that Mr. Crowninshield is to purces at once.
Governor to Governor Washburn, of Maine (telegram): New York urges that Maine would huMaine would hurry forward her men. We have parted with certain equipments to Mr. Blaine, the agent of your adjutamory, introducing Mr. Blaine, agent of the State of Maine, who wished to get three thousand muskets k at the charters of the Spaulding and the State of Maine, you will find a clause allowing the Goverll be let at a thousand dollars a day; the State of Maine, for eight hundred.
George B. Upton, of B