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Later from the of prisoners agreed upon. Gen. Halleck Commander-in-chief--Infamous order of Gen. Pope. We have received New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore papers to the 24th inst. The news by them is important. The fact of Gen. Halleck's appointment to the post of Commander-in-Chief of the land forces of the United States is thus officially announced: Exof the new Commander by the New York Herald: The New Federal Commander-in-chief. Henry Wager Halleck is one the four Major-Generals who were first appointed in 1861 to that rank in the United States army. Gen. Halleck is about forty-two years of age, and was born in Weston, Oneida county, N. Y., where his grand-father--one hundred years old, and hale and hearty — lately resided. GeneralGeneral Halleck's father was the Hon. Joseph Halleck, who died about three years since. General Halleck entered the Military Academy as a West Point cadet in 1835, stood third in the class, and was brevett