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ed by the State, beyond its limits, without his consent.
This proclamation appears to relate to the informal departure of soldiers.
Governor Brown, says the Savannah Republican, may be technically right in this order, but he has at least selected an unfortunate time for issuing it. From the beginning a misunderstanding seems to have existed between him and the Confederate authorities, to be found with no other State, and it is high time it had been brought to a close. --N. Y. Commercial, May 22.
A patriotic demonstration took place in the town of Old Saybrook, Ct., made particularly interesting by the antiquity of the place, and its various revolutionary relics and reminiscences.
A fine flagstaff was raised upon the spot which had given birth to the old Saybrook platform, and but a short distance from the old fort built by the first settlers of the place.
The services were prefaced by the raising of the flag by Deacon Sill.
（91 years of age) a colonel of the war of 1812,