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oldiers taken prisoners. The rebels also took two hundred and fifty stand of arms. Miscellaneous. Wm. H. Aspinwall, of New York, has presented his check for $25,290 to the U. S. Government, that being his share of the profits on purchasing arms from Europe. Gen. Vicle, Military Governor of Norfolk, Va., is on a visit to West Point, N. Y. The U. S. postage stamps, to be issued as a "circulating medium," are as follows:--The five cent are chocolate color, with the head of Jefferson; the ten cent green, with the head of Washington; the twelve cent black, with like head; the twenty-four lilac, with same head; the thirty yellow, with head of Franklin; the ninety blue, with portrait of Washington as a young General. The stamps differ from the old ones in the fact that the figures are in the upper corners. One hundred and seventy-five witnesses have been examined by the Committee on the Conduct of the War. The testimony is very voluminous, and it is estimated will c