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our deliberations, we devote ourselves to our country's service, and we will surround the President with our constant support, trusting that the fidelity and zeal of the loyal States and people will always assure him that he will be constantly maintained in pursuing with the utmost vigor this war for the preservation of the national life and hope of humanity. A. G. Curtin, John A. Andrew, Richard Yates, Israel Washburne, Jr., Edw'd Solomon, Samuel J. Kinnwood, O. P. Morton, (By D. G. Rose, his representative,) Wm. Sprague, F. H. Pierpont, David Tod, N. S. Berrs, Austin Flair. Gen. Joseph E. Johnston. The Washington Star says that it is now known that Gen. Joe Johnston is between Culpeper and Warrenton with a force of not less than 20,000 men. Union residents of the place believe that he has nearer 10,000 men; but of the truth of this we shall know more in good time. Affairs in Washington. We take the following items f