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CIRCULAR.] HEADQUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA,

Harrisburg, July 9, 1864.

To supply the troops required from Pennsylvania by the late call of the President of the United States for 24,000 volunteer militia to serve for 100 days, unless sooner discharged, in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Washington and its vicinity, the quota of men which will be required from each county of the Commonwealth is hereto annexed, viz:

Adams................................... 238

Allegheny............................... 1.488

Armstrong............................... 298

Beaver.................................. 242

Bedford................................. 227

Berks................................... 777

Blair................................... 229

Bradford................................ 413

Bucks................................... 527

Butler.................................. 279

Cambria................................. 242

Cameron................................. ...

Carbon.................................. 175

Chester................................. 618

Center.................................. 224

Clarion................................. 211

Clinton................................. 146

Clearfield.............................. 156

Columbia................................ 203

Crawford. .............................. 405

Cumberland.............................. 334

Dauphin. ............................... 402

Delaware................................ 253

Erie.................................... 411

Elk..................................... 48

Fayette................................. 332

Franklin................................ 349

Fulton.................................. 75

Forest.................................. ...

Greene.................................. 201

Huntingdon.............................. 233

Indiana................................. 280

Jefferson............................... 151

Juniata................................. 134

Lancaster............................... 964

Lawrence................................ 191

Lebanon................................. 248

Lehigh.................................. 404

Luzerne................................. 753

Lycoming................................ 310

Mercer.................................. 307

McKean.................................. 74

Mifflin................................. 135

Monroe.................................. 137

Montgomery.............................. 582

Montour................................. 109

Northampton............................. 395

Northumberland.......................... 240

Perry. ................................. 189

Philadelphia............................ 5.000

Pike.................................... 61

Potter.................................. 94

Schuylkill. ............................ 745

Snyder.................................. 125

Somerset................................ 222

Sullivan................................ 34

Susquehanna............................. 303

Tioga................................... 258

Union. ................. 117

Venango................................. 208

Warren.................................. 159

Washington. ............................ 391

Wayne................................... 266

Westmoreland............................ 446

Wyoming................................. 104

York.................................... 562

Transportation will be furnished and troops will report to the commandants of camps of rendezvous as directed by circular of Major-General Couch, hereto attached.

By order of A. G. Curtin, Governor and commander-in-chief:

A. L. RUSSELL,

Adjutant-General of Pennsylvania.

CIRCULAR.] HDQRS. DEPARTMENT OF THE SUSQUEHANNA,

Harrisburg, Pa., July 8, 1864.

The 12,000 men being raised in pursuance of the proclamation of the Governor of Pennsylvania, dated at Harrisburg July 6, 1864, for the defense of the State, will be mustered into the U. S. service for 100 days, unless sooner discharged, to serve in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington and vicinity, as the safety and protection of the State may require.

All responding to the call west of Johnstown and the Laurel Hill range of the mountains will to the commanding officer Camp Reynolds, near Pittsburg, Pa.; all east of that line and west of and including Reading, Pal, will report to the commanding officer Camp Curtin, Harrisburg; all east of Reading and that line will report to the commanding officer Camp Cadwalader, Philadelphia.

Companies, if possible, should be formed before starting for the camp of rendezvous.

Upon the application of the commanding officer of a squad consisting of not less than eight men, or a company, to the agents of the