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Baltimore Exchange The forces under the respective commanders is believed to be about as follows: McClelland20,020 Wise11,000 Patterson23,000 Johnston16,000 The usurped, or Western Virginia Government, were about to disorganize to-day for want of means. But I believe they have managed to steal a considerable sum from the State proper, which, together with an enormous tax on the Yankee squatters in the Panhandle, will keep them going for a few weeks. Governor (?) Pierpont has taken $27,000 which was deposited by the State in the Exchange Bank of Virginia, at Weston, Lewis county. There is a law in the State known as the "law for the distribution of the proceeds of the sale of public lands," due the State under the act of Congress, September, 1841, and amounting to $41,000. This fund will be accepted by the Pierpont dynasty; it has hitherto been steadily refused by the Government of Virginia. Washington, July 5. --The picket guard of the New York troops