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steamboat. She is a highly educated lady, and the authoress of several works published while she resided in Philadelphia, among which was a legend of the Wildness, also "A Visit to Melrose," Miss Windle has resided here for the past month, where her movements have been closely watched. She boldly avowed her secession proclivities, and made no secret of her correspondence with the leaders of the Confederate army. After a hearing, she was sent to Washington. Augustus Schaffer, of Gloucester, N. J., belonging to Capt. Towns' Philadelphia Company of Cavalry, was severely wounded in the head yesterday, by a pistol ball, while out with a scouting party towards Fairfax Court-House. This has been an eventful day with the military men in the Department of Alexandria, caused by a review of the division by Gen. McClellan and his staff. The customary salute was fired, and the new General expressed himself as highly pleased with the condition of the troops. The new order in rela