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From London.departure of the London Cavalry. Hanover, Sept. 26, 1861. The fine and well-drilled London Cavalry, (Captain Dulany,) left their pleasant on campment at Ashland a few days since, en route for Manassas, where they will certainly let their friends hear from them, should they ever get into an engagement. They will in a few days number one hundred and five, are a fine looking body of men, and, as I understand, they are to be in the same regiment with the gallant boys of the Hanover troop. I think any one might feel proud, and consider it quite an honor conferred on them, to be allowed to lead that regiment on the battle-field. From the report of the members of the company generally, too much cannot be said in favor of their gallant Captain and other officers. They have left many friends in old Hanover, who will ever remember them with feelings of the greatest kindness, and who will always be pleased to hear of their success and welfare wherever they may be