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Major Mordecai. --We are authorized to state that the Major Mordecai who is spoken of in the Northern papers as being on examination before a committee on the conduct of the war, is not Major Mordecai, formerly of the U. S. Ordnance Department previous to the secession of the South. --When that inevitable course was adopted he resigned his commission, retired from the service, and has ever since resided with his family in Philadelphia, in private life. Major Mordecai. --We are authorized to state that the Major Mordecai who is spoken of in the Northern papers as being on examination before a committee on the conduct of the war, is not Major Mordecai, formerly of the U. S. Ordnance Department previous to the secession of the South. --When that inevitable course was adopted he resigned his commission, retired from the service, and has ever since resided with his family in Philadelphia, in private life.