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Lt Geo C. Gregory being promoted to the 1st Lieutenant, Lt. Geo. W Gregory 2d, and Benjamin Hancock 3d Lieutenant.--Mr. J. P. Cox was elected Orderly Sergeant, who is a brother of Capt. H. W. Cox, and was for some time at West Point. A Spotsylvania correspondent sends us the following appropriate notice of the death of Oscar M. Critchfield: The Honorable O. M. Critchfield, so favorably known as Speaker of the House of Delegates of Virginia for many years, expired suddenly on the 15th inst., at his residence, Green Branch, in the county of Spotsylvania, Virginia. From an intimacy of forty years, the writer feels no hesitation in saying that his void will be hard to fill. For fidelity in the discharge of every duty devolving on him in a public capacity, the people could not have selected one more eligible. As to his worth and appreciation at home, a more convincing proof could not have been manifested than the mournful lamentations and expressive countenances of his trul
troops. Two new companies — the Arlington Greys and Maryland Volunteers--are organizing in Alexandria. Col. Grieve, wounded by the explosion of a swivel near Savannah, is improving, and will probably recover. A spy, named Anthony, caught at Pensacola, has been shot by order of the commanding General. John Seddon, Esq., of Stafford, has received a Captain's commission in the Confederate Army. The Wilmington (N. C.)) Herald, an excellent newspaper, has suspended publication. Ross Winans was nominated for Congress by his friends in Baltimore on the 15th inst. The Baltimore Christian Advocate has suspended publication until the close of the war. The Corwin constitutional amendment has passed both Houses of the Ohio Legislature. Robert Ball, senior, died at his residence in Alexandria county, Va., on Thursday last. Hon. Andrew H. Reeder, of Pa., has been made Brigadier General. The first Michigan Regiment has arrived at Washington.