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e troops for land service are ready to accompany them — When this will be, however, is not at present know, though possibly a month hence will find everything in perfect readiness for a repetition of the splendid achievements at New Orleans and Port Royal. Admiral Dupont, who is now in New York, will leave for Port Royal in a few days. Affairs in Western Virginia. A dispatch from Callipolis, Ohio, dated the 18th, says: Rev. Mr. Woodhull, chaplain of the 4th Virginia Volunteers, rePort Royal in a few days. Affairs in Western Virginia. A dispatch from Callipolis, Ohio, dated the 18th, says: Rev. Mr. Woodhull, chaplain of the 4th Virginia Volunteers, recently a prisoner, released by the rebels a few days since, reached Point Pleasant today, having walked all the way from Charleston, on the Kanawha. He reports that all the rebel infantry and artillery have left Western Virginia, after having procured large quantities of salt from the wells in the valley. It is conjectured that they have gone to East Tennessee to reinforce General Bragg. There are no rebels now in the valley except Col. Jenkins's guerrillas. The reasons Buell did not "B