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on. The deserters still think that we shall have no fight at Chattanooga. Important news from the army may be expected. Five gentlemen, composing the Relief Committee of Lawrence, make the statement that the dispatch recently sent from Kansas City to the Associated Press, asserting that a large amount of goods and money, and a number of horses taken by Quantrell had been recovered and returned, is unfounded. Of the horses stolen only three have been returned, and the value of the merchandize recovered will not exceed one hundred dollars. A dispatch from Fortress Monroe, dated the 5th, says: Dr. Wright was recently tried before a military commission for shooting Lieut. Sanborn while the latter was drilling negro troops in Norfolk, and the result of the investigation was forwarded to the President for his decision. We learn to-day that President Lincoln has ordered a final trial, but whether it is before a military or civil tribunal has not yet been determined.