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the mob, who carried five hundred muskets and ammunition. Five of the New York city regiments have been ordered home. The rioters numbered 5,000 strong. New York, July 16--The trouble is not yet over. General Brown threatens to kill every man found in a crowd. The public buildings are guarded by infantry and cannon. The artillery fired cannister among the mob in 37th street, and at St. Clair's house, on 29th street, last night, and a man resembling Greely was awfully beaten. Andrews, the leader of the mob, was arrested and sent to Fort Lafayette. Boston, July 14--The mob has just gathered and broken into several gunships. It originated in an attempt to draft a citizen. The alarm bells are ringing and the military rapidly gathering. Midnight.--Everything is now quiet. The rioters have dispersed. Albany, July 15--This morning four hundred workmen of Rensaltaer's iron foundry gulled the Times office, forced the jail and released the prisoners. New H