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mber 45,985 are in active service outside of the State. This does not include citizens of Ohio who have entered military organizations in other States, because of the want of authority to receive them in Ohio. The total amount expended for was purposes to January 1, 1862, including unpaid liabilities, is $5,385,451. The Governor thinks the ultimate effect of the war will be the extinction of slavery, but he deprecates immediate emancipation. From Fortress Monroe--sailing of Charles Henry Poster for Hatteras. Fortress Monroe, Jan. 6. --The U. States steamer S. R. Spaulding sails hence for Hatteras Inlet this afternoon. Among her passengers in Chas. Henry Foster, U. S. Marshal for North Carolina. A flag of truce from the flag ship, this afternoon, brought from Norfolk Captain Ralph Hunt, of company C, 1st Kentucky regiment, and Lieut. Ives, of company G, 79th N. Y. regiment, released prisoners from Richmond. They complete the number of 250 prisoners released.