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dollar for circulation. The President and members of the Cabinet occupied the Vice-President's room at the Capitol while attending to the public business. Gen. Halleck to be Commander-in-chief. Gen. Halleck has left the West for Washington. Telegrams from that city say he is to be the Commander-in-Chief of the Army and military adviser of the President. He will remain in Washington and McClellan and Pope will retain their respective commands. A telegram from Corinth, dated July 16th says: Gen. Halleck has just issued a special field order, saying that, in giving up the immediate command of the troops constituting the army of the Southwest, he desires to express his high appreciation of the endurance, behavior and soldierly conduct which they have exhibited, and to express to the commanders of the army corps and their subordinates his warmest thanks for their cordial co-operation. He says the soldiers have nobly done their duty, and accomplished much towards crus