The last call to the citizens of the Fifteenth Ward. : A meeting will be held in the Baptist Church, Eighteenth and Spring Garden Sts., on Thursday evening, 11th inst., at 8 o'clock. It will then be decided whether further efforts are to be made to avoid the draft in the ward. We believe that $15,000 will furnish enough volunteers to fill the quota. Every tax-payer is interested in seeing that the ward has its full proportion of volunteers who receive the city bounty, as their property is taxed to pay it. Every patriot is interested in seeing that the Army is filled with volunteers. Every man who has a family he cannot leave--- Every man who loves his country more than money--- Every man who does not wish to go himself--- Every man, whether rich or poor, old or young, white or colored--- Every man in the ward is interested in seeing that the quota of the ward is filled. / William Mann, ... Philadelphia, February 8, 1864.