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tizens of the State of Virginia, and at the same time hold ourselves loyal citizens of the United States, and will maintain allegiance to the same as heretofore; that we are willing to pay a license tax so long as Virginia is in the United States, but we are not willing to pay revenue to the present usurped government at Richmond, which, without the consent of the people of Virginia, has assumed to absolve us from allegiance to the United States, recommending the merchants of Wheeling and Ohio county to withhold the payment of taxes for the present. The resolutions were unanimously adopted. A German announced that the commissioner of the revenue resigned to forward the patriotic undertaking.--The World, May 3. Judge Campbell of the United States Supreme Court, who resides in Alabama, sent in his resignation. He is a Unionist, but feels bound to adhere to the fortunes of his State.--N. Y. Tribune, May 3. The Marine Artillery of Rhode Island (flying artillery) arrived in Wa
the Eleventh New York artillery left Rochester, for Harrisburgh. Shippensburgh, Pa., was evacuated by the National troops, and immediately occupied by rebel cavalry.--at Shelbyville, Tenn., the rebels were defeated by the National troops, under General Mitchell.--(Docs. 84 and 112.) The following General Orders were issued from the War Department at Washington: I. By direction of the President, that part of the Middle Department west of Hancock, including the adjacent counties of Ohio, will constitute the Department of West-Virginia. Brigadier-General B. F. Kelley is placed in command of the Department of West-Virginia. II. Major-General W. S. Hancock, U. S. volunteers, is, by direction of the President, assigned to the command of the Second army corps, in place of Major-General D. N. Couch, transferred to another command. The rebel General R. S. Ewell, at Chambersburgh, Pa., issued the following order: First. The sale of intoxicating liquors to this command, w