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Virginia Post-office appointments. --The following list of appointments is announced in the Baltimore Sun, of Monday last: Henry S. Van Wickle, postmaster at Ayr Hill, Fairfax county, vice Margaret Williams, removed. Vespasian Chancellor, postmaster at Chancellorsville, Spotsylvania county, vice S. S. Guy, resigned. Wm. Ruskell, postmaster at Chester, Chesterfield county, vice B. F. Lindsay, resigned. Alpheus T. King, postmaster at Lebanon White Sulphur Springs, Augusta county, vice Martin Evans, resigned. James T. Nottingham, postmaster at Sea View. Northampton county, vice Jas. B. Scott, resigned. James W. Magruder, postmaster at Union Mills, Fluvanna county, vice Thomas C. Morris, resigned. John W. Mackasay, postmaster at Boydton, Mecklenburg county, Va., vice R. A. Puryear, resigned. Charles Price, postmaster at Ivy Depot, Albemarle county, Va., vice Wm. H. Cosby, resigned. The post-office at Elbe Cottage, Alexandria county, Va., Mrs. Julia Brown, postmistress,
For Harper's Ferry. --The following companies have been ordered to report themselves at Harper's Ferry: Capt. Roberts' company of Infantry, Capt. Sterrett's company of Cavalry, and Capt. Asher W. Harman's Mounted Riflemen, of Augusta county; Capt Richard's Cavalry, of Bath county; Capt. McNutt's Cavalry, of Rockbridge county; and Capt. McAllister's Infantry, of Allegheny county.