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Army of the Potomac. [Special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Independent Scout Bivouac, Near Centreville, January 23, 1862. This day the army of the department of Northern Virginia has lost the services of a gentleman whose good name and deeds have been as familiar as "household words" to us. I allude to Major W. L. Cabell, than whom no army has seen a better man or more thoroughly qualified Chief Quartermaster.--He brought to bear in the infancy of our campaign the experience of a well-tried practical officer, and laid the basis of a system in his department that has been happily recognized and appreciated by every man in our army, and in the important department which he controlled. Major Cabell, after eight months or more of devoted service in this division, during which time he has made a host of friends and admirers, received official, and by the way one of the stiffest and coldest notices, that he was relieved of duty here and transferred to our forces in Arkansas.