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esent state of affairs in that city. The mob spirit is down, and the loyalists are preparing to welcome the Government troops. There will be at least three regiments raised in Baltimore, of one thousand each, and accepted by the Government, not withstanding the attempt of the rebel Legislature of Maryland to deprive Governor Hicks of his proper constitutional power. Troops will be concentrated in Washington to the number of forty thousand. Senator Morrill, at the request of Governor Washburne, of Maine, tendered to-day to the President one regiment of lumbermen from that State, not a man to measure less than six feet. The regiment will probably not be accepted at present, as to do so would be disrespectful to many other volunteer regiments from different parts of the country which have been refused. The Government desire the requisition for the regulars to be filled before accepting any more volunteers. Major Anderson was moved to tears by the offer of the command of