of all offenders against the law, whether military or civil.
We have not seen a plan of the new system adopted, but understand that it contemplates the employment of a sufficient detail of soldiers on the streets, both night and day to ensure a due obedience to law, and the arrest of all offenders against it.
The Detective force of the Provost Marshal was reorganized by swearing in Samuel Maccubbin, Jr., John Hammond, Logan McCoull, Wm. Mitchell, (painter,) Robert S Craddock, and J. Henry Franklin.
(city watchman,) for duty.
The three first named were on the old force, and performed their duty with satisfaction to Gen. Winder.
All of the officers were required to take an oath for the faithful discharge of their duty.
Among those required to subscribe to the new oath were the Detectives of the Eastern district, all of whom are citizens of Richmond.
Gen. Winder availed himself of the valuable suggestions of the Mayor in choosing the officers to succeed those who were dismisse