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. To-day forty-eight met at the same place and nominated Henry P. Martin and James P. Close delegates to the Wheeling Convention. The leaders in this movement expect to receive seventy- five signatures to an address to that Convention. The Michigan regiment band is now serenading Col. Heintzleman. The flag brought by the Third Infantry from Texas will be to-morrow hoisted over the Quartermaster's Department, when a great jollification is expected. The Provost Marshal, Capt. Medlar, has recalled his prohibition of the proposed publication of a newspaper here by the soldiers.--The first number will appear on Monday. It is reported that the Federal and Confederate pickets are gradually approaching each other on the Fairfax road. expected movement against Harper's Ferry. Washington, June 7.--Five companies of the Third U. S. Infantry--namely, Company B, Capt. Shepherd; Company D, Lieut. Bell commanding; Company G, Lieut. Williams commanding; Company H, C