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By order of A. G. Curtin, Governor and Commander-in-Chief:

A. L. Russell,

Adjutant-General, Pennsylvania .

SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 75.

HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, Harrisburg, June 19, 1863. I.

All officers in charge of men assembled at this point will report their commands, without delay, at the headquarters of Colonel James A. Beaver, commanding at Camp Curtin. II. Officers are required to remain with their commands, and all such as fail to comply with this special order will be reported to these headquarters by the commandant of camp, and not recognized as entitled to commissions . By order of A. G. Curtin, Governor and Commander-in-Chief:

A. L. RUSSELL,

Adjutant-General, Pennsylvania .

SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 76.

HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, Harrisburg, June 30, 1863.

All person residents of the city of Harrisburg or vicinity unhatched to any military organization, to whom arms and ammunition, or either, have lately been issued from the Harrisburg State Arsenal, or who are in possession of arms belonging to the State, will immediately attach themselves to a military organization, to report to these headquarters, or return the arms and other State property in their hands to the arsenal . By order of A. G. Curtin, Governor and Commander-in-Chief:

A. L. RUSSELL,

Adjutant-General, Pennsylvania .