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Secessionists. A house near the Secession banner displayed a white flag. There is a grand parade of six regiments this afternoon near the fortress. There is much dissatisfaction in Col. Allen's regiment. Charges have been preferred mutually by the Colonel and the Captains of the companies. Skirmishing. The Washington Star of Monday evening contains some intelligence, a good deal of which is probably bogus: Col. Everett's battalion of District volunteers is at Seneca Mills, Md., 25 miles above Georgetown. They are on the line of the canal, and see the pickets of the enemy at all hours. The day before yesterday they had a brush with a body of Confederate cavalry, 100 strong, Col. Everett's men lying on their faces and blazing away at the enemy on the other side of the river whenever they showed themselves. They killed the captain of the Secession company (Capt. Shrieves) and two privates. They saw them fall from their horses and picked up and dragged off i