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Federal Military changes. Gen. Banks a Massachusetts lawyer, has been ordered to the command of Gen. Patterson's division at Martinsburg, and the latter will probably retire from service, his term having expired. --Gen. John A. Dix will supersede Gen. Banks in command of the department of Annapolis, which includes the city of Baltimore.
eauregard at Manassas Junction, among which was a strong force from Gen. Johnston. There seems no doubt here — I have it from well informed sources — that Gen. Patterson, not having given entire satisfaction, has been, or very soon will be, supplanted by General Banks. The place of Gen. Banks to be filled by Gen. Dix. It is alleged Gen. Patterson moved too slowly, allowing Gen. Johnston to retreat and reinforce Beauregard at Manassas, which seriously interferes with the programme of Gen. Scott. I have it also, but cannot vouch for the truth thereof, that eighteen regiments under Patterson refused to move if he were retained in command. It is currenPatterson refused to move if he were retained in command. It is currently stated here to-day that the above changes have been agreed upon. There is said to be much anxiety in high quarters, and some discomfiture, but no want of confidence in anticipated results. Vigorous efforts are making towards reinforcing General McDowell, and in a short time his army, it is expected, will be equal to any em