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June 26.

Andrew G. Curtin, Governor of Pennsylvania, issued a proclamation, calling for sixty thousand men to serve for three months, or the period of the rebel invasion.--(Doc. 79.)

Brashear City, La., was captured by the rebel forces under Generals Green and Mouton--(Docs. 19, 26, and 80.)

The Twenty-first regiment of New York militia, under the command of Colonel Nugent, left Poughkeepsie for Baltimore, Md.--the Fifth regiment of Massachusetts volunteers returned to Boston, and were welcomed by an imposing and enthusiastic demonstration.--McConnellsburgh, Pa., was evacuated by the rebels under General Stuart.--rear-Admiral A. H. Foote died at New York City.--by direction of President Lincoln, Major-General N. J. T. Dana was assigned to the organization and command of the militia and volunteer forces and defences of Philadelphia, Pa.--Frederick, Md., was occupied by the National cavalry.

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