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sailed in the bark Grace, of Baltimore, for New York, where we arrived to-day. About five hundred dollars' worth of private property, which I had on board, fell into the hands of the privateers. From "West" Virginia.--movements of General Early. A telegram from the "headquarters of the Department of West Virginia" says that General Early has retired, with his infantry force, to Waynesboro', on South river. There is only a small infantry force at Staunton, and a similar one at Stanardsville. Gordonsville has not been reinforced, as reported. Lomax is operating with his division of cavalry east of the Blue Ridge, while Rosser's command is west of the Blue Ridge, scattered, gathering forage and threatening raids. The following order has just been issued by General Crook, announcing the different commanders of the troops in his department: Headquarters DepartmentWest Virginia,Cumberland, Md., Dec. 31, 1864. General Orders, No. 85. The following organization