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rights of the citizens; and, moreover, they assert that Kentucky will promptly furnish her full quota under the draft. In the Wilkes Court Martial, at Washington, Commander Schufeldt testified that he was Consul General at Havana during Admiral Wilkes's cruise, and that the force of the command was totally inadequate to the duties required, but that the efforts of Wilkes to catch the rebel privateers were unceasing. Commander Clary, of the Tigra, testified to the unfitness of his vessel fWilkes to catch the rebel privateers were unceasing. Commander Clary, of the Tigra, testified to the unfitness of his vessel for sea service, and the untiring efforts of the Admiral to catch the rebel pirates Postmaster-General Blair is pressing Gen. Grant very hard to place Gen. McClellan in command of the defences of Washington. It was his influence that procured the cancelation of Frank Blair's resignation, and his reassignment to Major General's command under McPherson. The Committee on the Conduct of the War will in their report completely exonerate President Lincoln from all responsibility for the rece