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of good order, notorious proceedings, no disturbances of the public peace, which are not infractions of the laws of the State, and those laws will be enforced under all circumstances. I shall take care that all the executive officers of this State perform their duties vigorously and thoroughly; and, if need be, the military will be called into requisition." Three days subsequently, on the 18th of August, General Dix reminds Governor Seymour that in an interview had with him on the 18th of July, immediately after General Dix's arrival in this city, he (General Dix) had expressed a wish that the draft in this State should be executed without the employment of troops in the service of the United States, and that afterwards, by a letter addressed to Governor Seymour, he had renewed more formally the expression of this wish. In the same spirit, when some of the Marshals in the interior applied to Gen. Dix for aid against threatened violence, he referred them to the Governor, th