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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, that they might be protected by his authority. Gen. Dix again declares that it was his earnest wish that the Federal arms should neither be seen nor felt in the enforcement of the draft, but adds that, having received no answer from Gov. Seymour, he had applied to the Secretary of War, on the 14th of August; for a force adequate to the object. That call had been promptly responded to, and he would be ready to meet all opposition to the law. He still hoped however, that Gov. Seymour's course would be such as to render it unnecessary to use the troops under his command for that purpose. On the 20th of August Gov. Seymour wrote to Gen. Dix, complaining that he had received no notice of the time when the draft would be made in the city, owing to which he alleged, he had no opportunity