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Volunteers from North and South in the Mexican War. In a letter addressed to Bradley V. Johnson, Esq. of Maryland, during the Presidential campaign of 1860, by Major Griswold, of this city, then a member of the Breckinridge electoral ticket of Maryland, the following interesting statistics are furnished of the relative contributions of North and South in acquiring that territorial domain from which the North afterwards sought to exclude the South. "In this crisis," asks Major GriswoldMajor Griswold, "whose arms and efforts achieved these wonderful campaigns in Mexico, and extended the area of our territory to the Pacific! At that time the great State of New York, with a population of 2,500,000, sent 1,000 men to the fields of Mexico; while the State of Louisiana, with only 251,411 inhabitants, (nearly one half of this number slaves,) sent 7,611 men. A ratio approximate to equality from the Empire State should have furnished 70,000 men. The six New England States, with a population (censu