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ually in service, or carolled as conscripts. In regard to pay, bounty, clothing, arms, &c, their corps stand on precisely the same as other volunteers for the war. Respectfully, Geo. W. Randolph, Secretary of War. An Edict from John Charles Fremont. We have received the following copy of a "circular" issued by Fremond, unregard to captured "rebels," &c: Headquarters Mountain Department,Wheeling, Va. April 30, 1862. Circular: The following instructions from the Generawhenever practicable, to forward, with a descriptive list of the prisoners, complete and sworn evidence against them. Prisoners will in no instance be sent out of this Department without a report to the Provost Marshal General. By order Major-Gen. Fremont. H. E. Twall, Asst. Adj't Gen. The Event of the times. This is, unquestionably, (says the Lynchburg Virginian) the visit of Abraham Lincoln to the commercial emporium of Virginia — The Commander-in-Chief of the army and navy of t