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of the city will be punished by the civil tribunals, according to the laws of the State. The Commanding General enjoins upon all officers in command — in addition to the military instruction of the officers and men required of them — especial attention to the 73d paragraph of the Army Regulations, viz: "All commanders ought to encourage useful occupations and manly exercises and diversions among their men, and to repress dissipation and immorality." By order of Maj. Gen. Banks. Robt. Williams, Ass't. Adj't. Gen. The St. Nicholas affair — another expedition after Col. Thomas' schooner. We learn that the steamer Chester, Captain E. S. L. Young, was taken possession of at her wharf at 4 o'clock yesterday morning, by order of Provost Marshal Kenly, for an expedition to the mouth of the Potomac, which admitted of no delay. The Chester was firing up for her usual trip to Chestertown, and was ready for immediate service. She proceeded directly to Fort McHenry, where Gen.<