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ble wages for their labor. Third. That as to both property and persons of African descent, accounts shall be kept, sufficiently accurate and in detail, to show the quantities and amounts, and from whom both property and such persons shall have come, as a basis upon which compensation can be made in proper cases. The several Departments of the Government shall attend to and perform their appropriate parts towards the execution of these orders. By order of the President, (Signed,)Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. Descent upon the Virginia Central Railroad--full Details of the Affair. [Correspondence of the New York Tribune.] Washington, Monday, July 21, 1862. --We have conversed with an officer who took part in the brilliant movement upon the Virginia Central railroad, at Beaver Dam, of which Gen. Pope gives the official report. It was executed by Col. Mansfield Davies, of the Harris Light Cavalry, with 570 men of his command. They left Fredericksburg at 7 o'cl