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ople. You can get no troops from North Carolina. Missouri's governor answered, The requisition is illegal, inhuman, diabolical and cannot be complied with. Governor Hicks, of Maryland, replied by stating the condition of affairs in his State. The proclamation dispelled all doubt of the purpose of the administration at Washin was increased in consequence of the position taken by Maryland that the United States ought not to use that State in conveying armed men to invade Virginia. Governor Hicks had consented to ask the administration to respect the wishes of Maryland to have no Federal troops sent over its territory to invade Virginia, and on April 1ether an attempt would be made to pass volunteers from New York intended to make war upon the South. On the 19th General Thomas, adjutant-general, wired that Governor Hicks has neither right nor authority to stop troops coming to Washington. Send them on prepared to fight their way through if necessary, which message was sent by