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injured; G. F. Lanman, Company G, Pike county, bruises on the left side, and also on the left hand; Private Volner, Company G; Private smith, Company G; Frank Larned, Company G, wounded, not seriously. Affairs about Alexandra. Alexandria June 19. --The train from Falls Church arrived here this evening and reports all quiet there. Filing of cannon in that direction occasioned some alarm, but subsequently it was ascertained that the troops were practicing with their guns. Capt. Medlar, of the Pennsylvania Fiftieth Regiment, who has performed the arduous duties of provost-marshal, and gained the universal esteem of the citizens of Alexandria for his leniency in the treatment of themselves and the prisoners under his charge, has been relieved, at his request, and Lieut. Shepherd, of the Massachusetts Fifth Regiment, has been appointed to the position. There are numerous reports from Fairfax Court-House, but all unreliable. The Confederate troops were certainly ther