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brigade under Gen. Franklin. Col. Sir John De Courcy, distinguished in the Crimean war, has been commissioned by Governor Dennison Colonel of the Sixty-ninth Ohio regiment, and will leave to-morrow to take command. Capts. John Mason and Crook, of the regular army, are also to have Ohio Colonelcies. Postal Deficits of the seceded States. The following statement exhibits the financial relation of post-offices in seceded States and parts of States to the Post-Office Department on October 1, 1861: Dr. Balance in hands of Postmasters, April 1, 1861 $277,401 23 Stamps and envelopes sent subsequently 121,554 68 Total $398,955 91 Ca. Stamps and envelopes returned $38,767 92 Deposits by sundry Postmasters 11,499 10 Drafts on Postmasters collected 58,964 63 Paid by Postmasters to contractors 79,180 10 $188,411 75 Balance unaccounted for $210,544 18 The Postmaster at New Orleans notifies the Department that there is in his hands, sub