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on of the volunteers in camp is intense, and with the slightest encouragement, the Legislature would be driven from the Capital. The feeling of the true and good men of all parties is with the Governor, who is very much mortified at the idea of being hampered. The seventeen sworn members of the Senate are in the "ring." A letter from the Surgeon of the New York 6th Regiment, composed mostly of Germans, tells how they got along at Annapolis: I have this moment returned from Fort Madison, where I slept last night, and more suffering I never saw. It was raining very hard, and the poor devils of men lay around in the grass all night, with no other covering than the clouded canopy. The Sixth Regiment are in want of overcoats and blankets, which ought to be for warded by those very patriotic gentlemen who are so fond of presenting flags, &c., to other regiments, well known to be rich. We have the hard work to do, along with the 8th of New York. By the by, D. was ordere