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ans had survived the terrible battles and sickness, and all had again re-enlisted and thus been counted twice in the above aggregate, we should still have had 2,811,935 as the number of men in the army who could not possibly have been counted twice. The way the enrolling officers are Treated in Pennsylvania. A dispatch from Easton, Pennsylvania, dated the 4th instant, shows that the place of enrolling officer in Pennsylvania is not a bomb-proof: Private Leander K. Dease, of Captain Stroud's cavalry, of Philadelphia, was shot through the head with a ball, and in several parts of the body with buckshot, and instantly killed, near the house of Jacob Miller, in Price township, Monroe county, Pennsylvania, yesterday. A squad of men, he being one of them, had gone out as a guard to the person who was to serve notices upon the drafted men of that township, and, while riding along the road, they were fired upon from the bushes, with the result above named. Miller, and a man nam