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the New York Ninth Regiment. Washington, June 10.--Hon. John Cochrane, of New York, was to-day authorized by the Secretary of War to have mustered for immediate service, under the United States Commissioners, for three years, a regiment of infantry, to be raised and commanded by himself as Colonel. Movements of Federal troops in Virginia. Alexandria, June 9. --Two prisoners were captured yesterday by four privates of Company B, of the Michigan regiment, one mile this side of Burk's station, and thirteen miles from here, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. One prisoner is a corporal in a cavalry company. The other is a private in the Governor's Guard, of Richmond, also a cavalry company. The Michigan men, while scouting, approached near Burk's Station, when they saw a number of stacks of muskets, and put back. They were pursued by the cavalry, and sought refuge in ambush, and succeeded in capturing their pursuers.--The prisoners were immediately brought to town a