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siastic applause. The companies of regular cavalry on the ground, though indifferently equipped, showed good drill, and the raw volunteer regiments evidenced much improvement upon their condition when brought here a month since. Towards the close of the display an accident occurred of a serious character. As the artillery was passing at the double quick the tongue of a caisson broke, throwing the artillerists from their seats, and causing severe injuries to two of them, namely, James Green and Wm. Hatfield, of Company K. Fourth Artillery. The Southern expeditions — the New York stock market. [From the Herald's Money Article.] Everybody is aware that several expeditions of a mixed character are being fitted out for operations on the Southern coast, and it is generally understood, that one of them at least, is intended to seize and re-open to the commerce of the world a leading cotton port. We recommend our mercantile readers to keep a very close watch on this matte