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I submit the foilowing report as Draft Commissioner of this State:

On the 9th of August the following dispatch was received from the Secretary of War: “ Your quota of the 300,000 militia is 21,250." And on the 10th, the following: “Your quota of the first call for volnteers would be the same." Thus the number required of Indiana, under the two calls, was +2,500. By the 20th of September, both of these calls had been filled by volunteers, except 6,060, for which number it became necessary to draft. In assigning the quota of each township, credit was allowed for all volunteers previously furnished. Under this arrangement 635 townships had furnished the number required of them, leaving the deficiency to be supplied by the remaining 334 townships. All the townships in the following counties had supplied their entire quota: Brown, Clay, Crawford, Daviess, Jennings, Lawrence, Newton, Parke, Perry, Scott, Spencer, Switzerland, Vermillion, Warren, and

White.

The draft assignment extended to seventy-seven counties, but the deficiency in eighteen of them was supplied before the draft Was made. The quota of each township was assigned on the 20th

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