a. Philadelphia, July 25.
--At the meeting of citizens yesterday to adopt measures to raise 10 regiments of volunteers in this city, the following, among other subscriptions, were announced; Wm. Sellers & Co., $2,000; A. Whitney & Sons, $3,000; M. W. Baldwin & Co., $2,000; Belmont & Dougherty, $1,000; Matthews & Moore, $1,000; Tho. Polter, $1,000; John Rice, $1,000; A. Junks & Son, $1,000; Wm F. Potts, $1,000; G. H, Stuart, $1,000; Chas, Gilpin, $1,000; Joseph K. Wheeler, $1,000; Andrew Wheeler, $1,000, and several others for similar amounts.
The Corn Exchange have voted to devote their entire fund for the immediate organization of a regiment.
Suffering in Europe — the Volunteering.
The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun, writing July 25th, says:
A diplomat who has lately arrived from Europe, and who enjoyed there great facilities for observation, states that we can have no conception of the degree of suffering and distress that prevails among the