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irty stars in her diadem, broken chains under her feet, and the olive branch in her right hand. Mr. Everett made his first speech in the war on Saturday the 27th of April, to a vast crowd of citizens in Chester Square, Boston. The people who lived in the south part of the city had erected a lofty flag-staff, and from its heightt (telegram): New York wants Vermont to hurry. The case is urgent. Your adjutant said that the three hundred muskets we let him have would finish equipment. April 27.—By direction of the Governor, Colonel Sargent, aide-de-camp, writes to Secretary Cameron, asking to have the Irish Brigade, so called, sent to the forts to helpemselves into a rifle company, and offer their services for duty anywhere within thirty miles of Boston, to be drilled, armed, and clothed at private expense. April 27.—Colonel Newell A. Thompson, of Boston, reports, Have fulfilled the duty for which I have been detailed,—to remove certain arms and ammunition from the United-St<
appropriated the sum of ten thousand dollars for the benefit of the Discharged Soldiers' Home, on Springfield Street, Boston, on condition that an equal amount be raised by private subscription, and used for the same purpose. An act approved April 27, legalized the acts and doings of cities and towns in paying bounties to volunteers, and taxes assessed to pay the same. An act approved April 23, authorized the State aid to be paid to families of drafted men the same as to families of volunagainst it, claiming that it would interfere with their arrangements, and promising to supply the needed demand from the available resources of the Government. Nothing, however, commensurate to the necessities of the case was done. On the 27th of April, the Governor brought the matter to the personal attention of the President, in a letter of several pages, and written in his best manner. He requested the President to consider the importance of detailing immediately an iron-clad vessel of