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number were killed out right; one, a German, subsequently died, and another had both legs and an arm broken. Twelve or fifteen others were slightly injured, and others escaped without a bruise. The loss is unknown. Shooting affair at Camp Washington. Easton, Pa., June 23. --James Tozier, a private in Capt. Ellis' company, at Camp Washington, was shot last night by Lieut. porter outside of the camp. It was said that Tozier and another soldier attacked Lieut. Poster, and the lieuCamp Washington, was shot last night by Lieut. porter outside of the camp. It was said that Tozier and another soldier attacked Lieut. Poster, and the lieutenant drew his revolver and fired at one of them, and he fled. Tozier still following, Lieut. Porter fired again and shot him in the abdomen. Tozier, though seriously injured, may recover. Lieut. Porter has been arrested. Gen. M'Clellan at Grafts. Grafton, June 23. --Major Gen. McClellan arrived here early this morning, accompanied by Lieut. Mack's company I of the 4th U. S. Artillery, and the Sturges Rifle Company, of Chicago, as a body guard. The 3d and 4th Ohio Regiments re