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The two companies must arrive from Albany this morning. Captain Crispin, in Worth street, has arms. It would be well to look out in that quarter. Please answer immediately.

JOHN T. SPRAGUE,

Adjutant-General.

WAR DEPARTMENT,

Washington, July 14, 1863-2 p. m.

Major-General COUCH,

Chambersburg, Pa.:

SIR: You will immediately detach two regiments of New York militia, and send them by railroad to New York, to report to General Wool.

H. W. HALLECK,

General-in-Chief.

(Governor Seymour and General Wool notified.)

WASHINGTON, D. C.,

July 14, 1863.

Major-General SCHENCK,

Baltimore, Md.:

Colonel ED. SCHRIVER,

Frederick, Md.:

SIR: The Seventh New York Militia will be immediately sent to New York by rail, to report to General Wool.

H. W. HALLECK,

General-in-Chief.

(Governor Seymour and General Wool notified.)

NEW YORK,

July 14, 1863.

Honorable E. M. STANTON,

Secretary of War:

SIR: I omitted to state that from Forty-second street to the Harlem River the mob are very numerous. The women are more excited than the men. They have torn up the track from Sixty-fifth street to Sixty-ninth street. They appeared to have designs against Riker`s Island, but have been foiled. We have about 200 regulars and marines, and about 1, 500 militia. The latter cannot be relied on. If it be possible to send some troops, the disturbance will be put down, if handled with vigor.

F. B. CUTTING.

NEW YORK, July 14, 1863.

(Received 2. 07 p. m.)

Honorable E. M. STANTON,

Secretary of War:

SIR: I wrote this morning. Those in charge of the civil and military administrations are undecided, slow, and without capacity. An active, energetic, and intelligent officer should be in command until