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--Under the effect of the proclamation, all those persons who are required to perform militia duty, and who from various causes have not hitherto united themselves to any of the volunteer companies, are now rapidly doing so. On yesterday Capt. G. A. Wallace nearly completed the roll of names which are to complete his ranks. There will be no difficulty in completing the list, as we are informed that the militiamen are not to be permitted to remain quietly at their own quarters, as is supposed, but will, in about two days, be mustered into service, after which time they will not be permitted to enlist in any volunteer company. After being mustered into service they will be mustered out of town to the place where they are to go into camp. The spot selected for this purpuras, we understand, is the farm of Adolph Dill, Esq., near this city.

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