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and Gen. Mansfield has caused two gunboats to be brought up and anchored in front of the town.-- He has declared his intention of shelling the place if he is attacked. Van. Webber, a brother of the Dutch General Max Webber, and who has been acting at Provost Marshal of Suffolk, got gloriously drunk a few days since, and while endeavoring to reach his head quarters at night, fell and broke his leg. He was immediately succeeded by Gen. Drake DcKay, who seized the wined and liquors of Col. Whitehead, and was soon in such a happy condition that he grossly insulted Gen. Marshals, who dismissed him from office. One Capt then appointed to the post, who, it is said appearance of a gentleman, and was officiating as the Military Governor on Thursday-last. The proprietor of the Washington Hotel, Mr. Joseph Pinner, has been committed to receive as boarders six notorious New York and the hotel is now regarded by respectable people as no better than a brothel. The citizens of Suf