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olonel Stevens had been with them during the day, endeavoring to restore peace, but his exertions were of no avail. General Sickles was also present, for the same purpose. At one time a demonstration was made upon Gen. Sickles, but he coolly rode Gen. Sickles, but he coolly rode through the mutineers, and, although unarmed, his demeanor prevented them from assaulting him. A large part of the regiment was disarmed by Gen. Sickles, and the remainder, whom he considered trustworthy, were placed over the encampment as a guardGen. Sickles, and the remainder, whom he considered trustworthy, were placed over the encampment as a guard. No persuasion could induce the men to return to their duty, and it was found that nothing but the severest measures would be of any avail. General McClellan directed General Porter, the provost-marshal, to see that discipline was enforced. Gener regiment, endeavoring to quiet his rather nervous horse. In the rear of the regulars, and a little distance apart, General Sickles sat carelessly on horseback, coolly smoking a cigar and conversing with some friends. At one time during the readin