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e pickets, but refused to stop, when they fired upon him. Fortunately all missed their mark.-- "Go to h--," said he, and discharging his pistol at them rode rapidly back into our lines, bringing in the sack of corn. He was ordered under arrest for getting drunk, and slept last night in the cold, with the prospect of some days on bread and water. The feat was a daring and fool-hardy one, and none but a drunken man could have accomplished it. Yesterday there was a general review of Gen. G. W. Smith's division of the army, near Centreville. It exceeded, in splendor, any review that has yet taken place. All the Generals in the army of the Potomac were present, I believe, for the first time. The division is in a complete and satisfactory condition, and everybody was well pleased with the occasion. Bohemian. Army of the Potomac, Outpost near Fairfax, Dec. 6th. The weather during this week has been very fine, and the roads are in good condition for any movements. Ther
troops, so that those who are innocent may be relieved from blame, &c. The Military Committee were instructed to report what change, if any, is necessary, to be made in the mode of payment of soldiers held as prisoners of war. Scouting on the Potomac--Gen. Rosencranz--the News by the city of Baltimore. From the New York Herald's "Situation" article, of the 5th inst., we take the following items: For several days past scouting parties from the divisions of Generals Porter, Smith, and Hancock have been searching the country on the Virginia side of the Potomac, in the direction of Vienna and Hunter's Mills, without finding any force of the enemy in that region. General Rosencranz and his staff arrived at Wheeling yesterday to take up their winter quarters. The General has been offered his choice of several rebel residences for his winter home. It is probable that the campaign in Western Virginia is therefore at an end for the present. The wealthy families