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among the troops encamped in this vicinity, owing to the quality of the food and the quantity of it. The troops are murmuring greatly, and threaten a mutiny if a change is not made immediately. The health of the troops is very bad. Measles, dysentery and fever and ague are prevailing to an alarming extent. Gen. Scott's Military regulations. The following military regulation concerning passports has just been issued at Washington: Headquarters of the Army, Washington, June 1, 1861. The General-in-Chief, by permission of the Executive, announces to all concerned that hereafter no passport, by whomsoever signed or countersigned, will entitle any person to pass the lines of the United States army, unless the same be also counter-signed by himself or the commander of a Military Geographical Department. This regulation will continue in force until further notice. Wisfield Scott, By command, E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General. Reported capture of