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my duty to communicate this information to you. W. H. Seward. The next is a grand description of a land battle, in which the sentinel was "shot at" and the ball lodged in "two feet" of him. The point attacked was a town called Castine, in Maine, on the Canada line. A flaming telegram says: A small party of men approached from the rear, and when challenged immediately fired upon the sentinel, who returned the fire. Sergeant Ramsdell was fired upon as he came out of his quaring in the harbor. This city has been put into a state of defence. By orders from Governor Cony, the Home Guard are in readiness for duty, and the city government has increased and armed the police. [No Democrats are likely to vote in Castine tomorrow, and the "Home Guard" will see that they don't.] Governor Seymour out in another Proclamation — the military not to interfere with the polls. Governor Seymour, of New York, issued a proclamation on Wednesday with reference to th