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From Montgomery.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Montgomery, Ala., May 9, 1861. The aggregate of the expenditures estimated for by the Secretary of War in his report to Congress for the year ending February 18th, 1862, will be ascertained, as soon as secrecy is removed, to amount to nearly forty millions. This large estimate contemplates a thorough organization and complete equipment of an army sufficiently powerful for both successful defence and victorious invasion. Ways and means for supplying the Government with the above sum, and schemes for buying and producing the amount that may be necessary to defray the expenses of maintaining independence and repelling invasion, are now receiving the special attention of Congress. The practical union with the Confederate States, of Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee and North Carolina, an Empire in themselves, has added strength to strength and influence to power, and will enable the Government on very short notice t