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ems to be indicative of a unity of purpose, which is, under all circumstances, the best guaranty of efficient action. Gov. Parker, of New Jersey, and Gov. Seymour, have done well. They have shown the rebel leaders that when it comes to a Northern ac, their time being up, volunteered to go to Pennsylvania, and were accepted. The following is the proclamation of Governor Parker, of New Jersey, for troops: Jersey men, the State of Pennsylvania in invaded. A hostile army is now occupying this emergency. The organization of these troops will be given in general orders as soon as practicable. (Signed,) Joel Parker. The following dispatches show what the Jerseymen are doing: Newark, N. J., June 17.--The first Newark ave offered their services to the Government, and been accepted for a short term of service. Trenton, June 17.--Governor Parker, up to the present time, has had tendered 1,500 men for immediate service. The 23d regiment of nine months men star