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The U. S. Postmaster General his annulled the contract for carrying the mails from Baltimore to Norfolk, and it is probable that mail service throughout the South will soon be discontinued. A young lady of Norwich, Conn., writes to a young lady of New York:"Few of the Wide Awakes of this place have gone to the war. They are so affectionate that they can not leave their sisters and mothers" Two thousand troops have been sworn in the service of the United State in Western Virginia. Two regiments in Ohio are ready to cross the river at a moment's notice to defend Wheeling. On authority of Thurlow Weed, it is said that President Lincoln has resolved to bestow an important military position — probably that of Commissionary General — upon Gov. Banks. The Cunard steamship Africa, unloading at the wharf Jersey City, has on board 10,000 Enfield rifles for the United States Government. An order for the release of Mr. Joseph H. Spencer, of Baltimore, who has been h