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Augusta County Court, on Monday, appropriated fifty thousand dollars to arm and equip volunteers, and for the defence of Virginia. Dr. T. B. Ward, of Va., lately House Surgeon in the New York Hospital, has arrived at Norfolk, and tendered his services to Com. Forrest, of the Virginia Navy, for duty. Capt. Richard Evans, of the revenue service, lately in command of the cutter Duane, has resigned his commission, and has received an appointment in the Virginia Navy. Captain Thomas T. Hunter, of the late U. S. Navy, a native of Virginia, stationed at Wilmington, N. C., as Light-House Inspector, has resigned. Leesburg, Loudoun county, is a perfect military camp, and there is a great unity of sentiment among the people in regard to the position Virginia has taken. The levy court of the county of Prince George's, in Maryland, have appropriated $25,000 for the arming and defence of that county. Fort Washington, it is understood, is fully garrisoned, and pr