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bject under consideration. Massage of the Governor of Pennsylvania. The message of Governor Curtin to the Legislature of Pennsylvania is very long. The following criticism of it, in the Phiunder what act of Congress is it to be raised. If it is to be a corps of the regular army, Governor Curtin thinks he has nothing to do with it. If it is to be a volunteer corps, he desires to know wral Hancock's plans unless the National Government is brought to terms and the authority of Governor Curtin to commission his own favorites, to be officers of picked troops, is acknowledged. It is not likely that the War Department will humble itself to Governor Curtin, and, therefore, the fact that Pennsylvania will have no troops in Hancock's corps, unless the Legislature should interfere, is 25,000 militia, called in service in 1862, making altogether 361,444 men. So much for Governor Curtin's message to the Legislature of 1865. It is a dull affair, and may be contrasted with the