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Reported for the Richmond Dispatch.
the War bill in the Pennsylvania Legislature.

Harrisburg, Pa., April 12.
--The war bill passed both Houses to-night, without amendment. Gov. Curtin was in his office to sign it, and it is now a law.

The Charleston war dispatches were announced in both Houses, producing a profound sensation.

Mr. Smith, (Dem.,) in the House, after the announcement, changed his vote to "yea," for the war bill. All the other Democrats voted against it.

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