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ces, 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 cts to leave to-morrow. Others, if need be, will immediately follow. Governor Seymour and General Sprague will be in New York to night. A conference will be heing, or arms, for some of the regiments, from the United States authorities, Gov. Seymour has directed that they be drawn from the State, and requisitions are now beileave for Harrisburg to- morrow. The 8th regiment will leave this evening. Gov. Seymour arrived in this city this evening, to confer with and assist the military inme. Gen. McClellan was at Albany, N. Y., on the 16th inst., consulting with Gov. Seymour. A dispatch from Albany says: The 7th, 11th, 13th, 28th, 37th, 47th, esumed work to-morrow. Gen. McClellan is here for the purpose of aiding Gov. Seymour is organizing and sending forward troops for the defence of Pennsylvania. A