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[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.]from New York. Sailing of more vessels — Activity at the Arscuals — rumored calling out of Pennsylvania volunteers by Lincoln, &c., &c. New York, April 11. --It is said the landing is to be made by the U. S. vessels through Light house Inlet and on Morris' Island. The Wabash, Savannah, and Roanoke, are being fitted out with all possible dispatch. The Perry sails to-day. A schooner is chartered to take heavy ordnance to Fort Pickens. Com. Stringham sails from Boston with the vessels for the Gulf. Workmen are engaged nights and Sundays at the Troy (N. Y.) and other arsenals. The Tribune to-day says that Lincoln has called on Pennsylvania for volunteers to defend the city of Washington. The Atlantic, it is said, has gone to Pensacola. A