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Military Movements.

--The Staunton Spectator, of Tuesday, says:

‘ On Sunday morning last, the artillery company from Lexington, of which Rev. Dr. Pendleton is Captain, left this place for service in the field.

On Monday morning (yesterday,) the ‘"Staunton Rifles,"’ Capt. Asher W. Harman, left in the Eastern train, making the welkin ring with their cheers.

The West View Company, Capt. Roberts, arrived on Monday, and left here on Tuesday morning.

A company of Infantry from Greenbrier, under command of Robert F. Dennis, and a company from Monroe, the ‘"Monroe Guard,"’ Capt. Tiffany, left their respective counties on Monday, and are expected here on Wednesday.

The Churchville Cavalry. Capt. Sterrett; the Sangersville company of Riflemen, Capt. Grinner; and the ‘"Alleghany Infantry,"’ Capt. McAllister arrived here on Monday, and are now awaiting orders to march to whatever place their services may be needed.

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