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Letters announce the departure from Pensacola, for Virginia, of the Orleans Cadets, Capt. Charles Druex; the Louisiana Guards, Major Todd; and the Chasseurs-a-Pled, Capt. St. Paul. The Alexandria papers announce the death of the Rev. Neville S. Greenaway, late pastor of the Methodist Protestant Church in this city. An artillery company has been organized at Lexington, under Capt. John McCauseland, an Assistant Professor at the Virginia Military Institute. Hon. Asa Biggs, of North Carolina, forwarded his resignation as a District Judge of the United States, to A. Lincoln, on the 23d April. Lieut. John N. Maffit, late of the U. S. Navy, tenders his services to North Carolina or to the Confederacy. The papers throughout Virginia are pitching into the grocers and provision merchants for their extortionate charges. The ship Ironsides, with a large freight of cotton and flour for Liverpool, was on fire below New Orleans on the 29 ult. A grand militar