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Doc. 70.-Governor Tod's Proclamation. Columbus, Monday, June 15. Lee's rebel army is advancing in force upon Pennsylvania, Western Virginia, and the eastern portion of our own State. To meet this horde of rebels, the President of the United States has, by proclamation, called out one hundred thousand militia for the period of six months, unless sooner discharged. Of this force, thirty thousand are called from Ohio. And now, gallant men of Ohio, will you promptly respond to this nsponse to this call. The troops will all be organized into regiments and well armed before being ordered into service; and now, fellow-citizens of the State, in the name and behalf of the best government on earth, let me implore you to lay aside all other duties and obligations, and come forward promptly and cheerfully for the preservation of all that is dear to us. You will thus secure the gratitude of your children's children, and the smiles and blessings of heaven. David Tod, Governor.
Colonel Saunders's staff. With much respect, G. S. Warner, Lieut.-Colonel Commanding Eighth Michigan Cavalry. Official report of Colonel Hill. headquarters Second brigade Ohio militia, Zanesville, Ohio, July 24, 1863. To His Excellency David Tod, Governor of Ohio: By order of Colonel Benjamin B. Runkle, commanding division Ohio militia, I left Scott's Landing on the morning of the twenty-second instant, with a portion of my brigade, for the purpose of intercepting Morgan's forcnnecessary. Losses caused by Morgan's raid. Jackson C. H. Ohio, August 8, 1863. The Military Committee of this county were engaged seven days in taking testimony as to the losses caused by Morgan's raid. This was done by order of Governor Tod: The whole number of horses taken by Morgan's men was290 Taken by the Union forces in pursuit46 Total830 Average value$90 00 Total,29,700 00 Merchandise, cash, buggies, etc.,16,000 00 Total,$45,700 00 The damage to the Portsm