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parasites are now exhibiting to a deriding and contemptuous world. Governors call out the militia en masse --fortifications are thrown up all over the country — the whole of Pennsylvania South of the Susquehanna is voluntarily resigned to the invader — fat farmers drive off their fat cattle to the mountains — the Brooklyn bells ring a dolorous peal for the rally of the reinforcing regiments — public records are moved out of the way of danger--Governor Andrews offers the whole militia of Massachusetts — Philadelphia shuts up all her stores — panic rules the hour — dismay runs riot over the land. This delightful state of excitement succeeds a still more joyful calm, in which all Yankeedom had just settled down, under the soothing influence of the news transmitted by Kilpatrick and Stoneman, that they had succeeded in plundering and oppressing an unarmed population, and had reduced large districts filled with rebels to the verge of starvation. It is the very hour for our army t
Latest from the North.dates to the 18th instant.the Confederates in Pennsylvania.Occupation of Chambersburg and Scotland.great excitement at the North. Lincoln Calls for 100,000 men — the Governors of Ohio, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. Call for militia — he Butch Scattering Harper's Ferry evacuated capture of Union cavalry — Milroy's report account of the capture of Winchester — Milroy's official report the panic in Philadelphia Private property respected by the Reanizations to defend the city. In New York that night all the regiments were getting under arms. The Brooklyn bells were rung at midnight, summoning the men to their regiments, which were to leave immediately for Philadelphia. Gov. Andrews, of Mass., tendered Lincoln all the available force of militia from that State. We now give the dispatches of the 16th and 17th, which will be found highly interesting: Reports from Harrisburg. Harrisburg, Pa., June 16 --Midnight.--Dispatche