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t rank, as to the proper position in which he should hold his musket. In doing so, the bayonet of the man in the rear pierced his eye. At first the Captain felt no inconvenience, regarding it as a slight pricking, and even continued the drill, but, after retiring to his tent, so intense became the pain, that he was brought in the city in a hand-car, and is now at the Ocean House. It is to be hoped the brain was not penetrated, as is feared, and that he will, in due time, recover. Paymaster Peters commenced paying off at the Navy-Yard yesterday, and will continue to-day until all the employees receive their wages. I observe that the volunteers in Washington have been told they will have to wait for their pay until after the meeting of Congress. I hear that things at the Navy-Yard are now in a way to work well, and that in a short time order and efficiency will reign. Progress has so far been made with the sloop-of-war Preble as to render one-half of her port-holes visible. In