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Maine.-One regiment in addition to one three-months' regiment.

Michigan.-Three regiments in addition to one three-months' regiment.

New Hampshire.-One regiment in addition to one three-months' regiment.

New Jersey.-Three regiments in addition to four three-months' regiments.

Ohio.-Nine regiments in addition to thirteen three-months' regiments.

Vermont.-One regiment in addition to one three-months' regiment.

Wisconsin.-Two regiments in addition to one three-months' regiment.)

OMAHA, NEBR., May 15, 1861.

Honorable SIMON CAMERON,

Secretary of War:

Is Nebraska to have the honor of furnishing any portion of the ninety-days' volunteers for the U. S. service?

ALVIN SAUNDERS,

Governor of Nebraska.

WAR DEPARTMENT, May 15, 1861.

Governor RAMSEY,

Saint Paul, Minn.:

The quota of troops from your State for three years or during the war, under the second call of the President, is one regiment. The plan of organization contained in Order Numbers 15 has already been forwarded you by mail. As soon as the regiments are ready the mustering officer sent to your State will muster them into service, who has already been instructed to do so.

SIMON CAMERON,

Secretary of War.

(Same to Governor Robinson, Kansas, and to the Governor of Nebraska.)

WAR DEPARTMENT, May 15, 1861.

Governor E. D. MORGAN,

Albany, N. Y.:

You will send immediately five regiments to this city and nine regiments to Fort Monroe of three-years' volunteers, all of which are now in the city of New York.

SIMON CAMERON,

Secretary of War.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, Albany, N. Y., May 15, 1861.

Honorable SIMON CAMERON,

Secretary of War, Washington:

SIR: I am in receipt of your telegram of this date, of which the following is a copy:

Governor EDWIN D. MORGAN:

Your letter informing me of the action of your military board leaves no doubt of a misunderstanding as to the acceptance of troops from your State. It was my inten-