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erald ventures the opinion that the Army of the Potomac will not be kept long idle. The reorganization of the army proceeds with great rapidity, and it is probable Gen. McClellan will-strike as soon as he is ready, regardless of weather. Julius Bing, a naturalized Englishman, who was captured at Bull Run, has returned via Richmond and Mathias' Point. He wanted to return via Centreville, but he thought the route was unsafe. Mr. Bing was a mere spectator of the fight. The Ellsworth FMr. Bing was a mere spectator of the fight. The Ellsworth Fire Zouaves were paid off to-day. Washington, August 1.--Gen. McClellan is examining to see if any incompetency yet remains in the army. Eighteen Regiments of the three months volunteers have left for home. Washington, August 1.--Congress will not adjourn this week. The House will kill the Senate's tariff bill and the Senate will kill the House's direct tax bill. An elaborate conference is expected. The House has passed a bill modifying the Sub-Treasury act, and giving auth