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Telegraphic News. Harrisburg, May 6. --The books of the Adjutant General show that 163 companies, besides the eight Philadelphia regiments, have been accepted and mustered into service.--Twenty-eight regiments and three companies additional are offered, making a total of fifty-three regiments accepted and offered up ates authorities; also inquiring whether the Confederate States had made any requisition on Kentucky for troops, and the Governor's reply thereto. Albany, May 6. --Governor Morgan has received from Hon. John A. Dix his acceptance of the office of Major General of the New York forces, tendered him some days ago. enes at the Naval Hospital, New York, on the first of June, for the examination of candidates for admission to the Medical Corps of the Navy. New Orleans, May 6. --The blockade of Pensacola, with several English ships inside the harbor, it is expected will cause the immediate interference of England. The largest
Election riots in Newfoundland. Pictou, N. S., May 6. --Great election riots have prevailed in Newfoundland. The telegraph line was taken charge of by the mob last week, so no particulars were received.--Two were killed and thirteen wounded. The mob would not allow men to repair the lines in the several districts where the riots prevailed. The participators were disfranchised by the Governor. So far as I know the Conservatives were successful.