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l who made the least disturbance. Other arrangements were made to call out additional assistance in case of need, but at midnight last night no apprehensions were felt that the peace would be broken. We have heard, since writing the above, that the negro deck hands on board the Golden Era and the Izetta were run off by the Irish stevedores previous to the departure of those boats. Trouble was apprehended on board the Ohio No. 3, but it seems that the alarm was groundless. From M'Clellan's army — Reinforcements. There is very little news from McClellan's army, save that it has been reinforced by the division of Gen. Stevens, from South Carolina. It consists of New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Michigan troops, and has two batteries of artillery with it. The old Harrison mansion is still being used as a hospital. The troops are stated to be in good health. Commander Wilkes visited McClellan's army on the 15th for the first time since taking command of the Ja