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two Aldermen to fill vacancies, and attending to preliminary business, the grand jury was sworn, and received their "charge" from the Commonwealth's Attorney, who paid his particular respects to the issuers of shinplaster currency as a special object for their presentment. The arrival from the South of companies and detachments of recruits for the different regiments now in service in this State, has been very numerous for some time past. On Sunday morning last a detachment of over one hundred for Faulkner's Mississippi, and on yesterday morning about the same number of Arkansas recruits passed through here for Fagan's regiment. Capt. Preston's artillery company, raised in this city, has been ordered to report for duty, and will leave for Richmond to-morrow morning. The number of letters sent through the Post-Office at this city for the quarter ending Oct. 1, was 67,475. The receipts for letters alone paid here for same length of time, amounted to $4,222.02. O. K.
below sundry items which may be of interest to our readers: Affairs on the South side of the Potomac. Washington, October 1. --There has been no change in the position of the Federal troops on the Virginia side since yesterday. The rnder Humphrey Marshall have disbanded and gone home. Active preparations for a great battle. Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. 1. --General Fremont preserves strict silence regarding his plans, but is actively engaged preparing for the strugglesibility of aid being rendered by Gen. Fremont before the battle of Wilson's Creek. Washington items. Washington, Oct. 1. --The Kentucky cavalry regiment is still without an officially recognized Colonel. A petition is in circulation rew York, purposing to reside there during the continuance of the present troubles. Affairs at New York. New York, Oct. 1. --It is known that a large quantity of cotton has arrived here from the Eastern States recently for shipment to Eu