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aving expired. The Northern papers inform us that a flag of truce has reached the Federal headquarters from General Johnston. It is surmised that is related chiefly to an exchange of prisoners. Among the "probable" rumors of the day is one that Gen. McCall, of Pennsylvania, will supersede Gen. Banks in command of the "Army of he Shenandoah." The schooner Tropic Wind has arrived at New York, from Fortress Monroe, in charge of a prize crew. The Tropic Wind was seized on the 29th of June by the order of Major General Builer, for violation of the blockade and communicating with the enemy after having been warned by the Pawnee. It is stated in the Baltimore papers that the "whole army" at Newport News is in a state of insubordination, and it is apprehended that there will be a general revolt against the authority of the officers. A private made an attack on an officer, and the latter fired upon him, inflicting a dangerous wound. Wm. Murray, a ruffian belonging to