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d slightly injured by the felling of limb cut away by a ball from a tree near him. The purpose of this was evidently to divert attention from some more important point, and if possible effect a landing; but if they can manÅ’uvre so as to humbug Gen. Holmes by any feint, they are at liberty to land and take quiet and peaceable possession. Gen. Holmes is undoubtedly a man of considerable military qualifications, if one may judge from the expert style in which he manages everything connected wGen. Holmes is undoubtedly a man of considerable military qualifications, if one may judge from the expert style in which he manages everything connected with his department. He is a man of firmness and decision without being morose or overbearing, as is the case with officers generally of his rank, and has the entire confidence of his men. If an opportunity is afforded him, he will teach the minions of A. L. a lesson that will be remembered for generations. The town is comparatively quiet this morning, though life with rumors which, if generally credited, would cause serious derangement in the conduct of civil affairs. None are worth repe