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ed and the draft proceeded. East Hartford, on Wednesday morning, wanted nine men to fill her quota. The citizens took hold of the matter in earnest, and before night the fall quota was raised and a draft avoided. Wethers field, also, by persistent effort, and a liberal supply of cash, completed her quotes. Rocky Hill also raised her full quota of men. At Bridgeport, Waterbury, Meriden, and a number of places, there was no draft, as the quotas had been filled by volunteers. At Fairfield there was some disturbance by drunken persons, and a company of soldiers was dispatched on a special train from New Haven, but before if arrived order was restored by the local authorities. The draft generally proceeded quietly, though the almost interest was everywhere manifested. "a negro regiment." A correspondent of the New York Times, writing from Hagerstown on the 8th inst., says: While the train was waiting at Chambersburg, deciding whether it was best or not to come