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ime order and efficiency will reign. Progress has so far been made with the sloop-of-war Preble as to render one-half of her port-holes visible. In a short period she will be raised, and in due time docked. Gen. Huger I saw yesterday. He visited the Navy-Yard, and will assume the command of the forces here to-morrow. He is a sprightly, active, and energetic looking man, and no doubt will fulfill the public expectations which his reputation as a soldier justly warrants. Col. Jas. Gregory Hodges, formerly in command of the 3d Regiment Virginia Volunteers, left here to-day to report in Richmond. He is a young man, animated by a noble emulation, and bears with him the good wishes of the whole community. He is a native of this city, and no doubt feels that its honor and reputation are now allied with his own. He will bear himself well wherever his lot may be cast. Lieut. Col. Vincent, with the Montgomery Guards and Davis Guards, are now encamped at St. Julien, the farm