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at in a few days they would be called upon to cross the Potomac, [cheers from members of various regiments,] and that they would be called upon to take Alexandria, Norfolk and Richmond; [cries of "That's the ticket!"] and that he expected they would not be required to stop until they took Charleston. Yesterday the class of West Point Cadets, 45 in number, that graduated on Monday last, arrived in this city, in pursuance of orders from the Secretary of War, and reported for duty to General Mansfield, in command here. One hundred men of the New York Firemen Zouaves have been detailed to erect tents (the Sibley army tent) near Benning's Bridge, where the regiment is to be stationed. They expect to go into camp at once. This morning about 7½ o'clock, by the accidental concussion of muskets in a stack in front of one of the tents at Camp Cameron, a piece was discharged, resulting in the death of a member of the Seventh Regiment, 8th company, by the name of Lady Keyes.