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Wilmington or to rein force Gen. Stevens on the Carolina coast; but something must be heard from it before this supposition reaches you. In the local line there is little to relate. An incident or two; a furious storm; the promise of a hop at the "Huger Barracks;" and a fair for the benefit of the Fiftieth Virginia, which opens to night, are about all I believe. The question of the collectorship is exciting some talk, especially as the Yankee prints are making a great handle of Mr. Garnett's advertisement. It is fortunate that the fault of an expose does not rest on some honest and hard working newspaper reporter or a civil "Aunt Betty," or a military "Grandmother" might issue and edict of excommunication against him. The true state of the case I believe to be this; An appointment was made here which, whether justly or not, gave rise to some complaint. After that, no person came forward to take the place. And why ? Because the salary is only $800 and a bond of $40,000 is