d, to consist of offerers herein named, will assemble at Arlington, Virginia, at ten o'clock A. M., on Monday 23d inst., to examine into the capacity, qualifications, propriety of conduct, and efficiency of all commissioned officers of volunteers who may be ordered before it.
Detail for the Board.
First, Brigadier Gen. Louis Blinker, volunteer service; second, Brigadier Gen. John H. Martindale volunteer service; third, Brigadier Gen. John Sedgwick, volunteer service; fourth, Col. J. McLoud Murphy, 13th New York Regiment; fifth, Col. Julius Stahl, 8th New York Regiment.
The Junior Member will record the proceedings. By command of Major Gen. McClellan. S. Williams, Ast. A. G.
Want of discipline.
The Herald says:
"The disorderly conduct of the privates," by which Washington city has become almost bankrupt in morals, "is in a great measure attributable to the carelessness of company and regimental officers, who forget their position (?) and sink the officer