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nd stealing. Among the most astounding items of recent intelligence from Yankee land is the statement that "Brigadier-General Hammond, Surgeon-General of the United States, has been dismissed the service for stealing and lying." When it is and McClellan, has done anything but steal and lie since the war commenced, we are lost in amazement at the dismissal of Hammond. Is it only in the Medical Department of the United States service that officers are denied the universal privilege of litary truth; and as to stealing, the whole war has no other object and no other character. The very officers who tried Hammond had, in all probability, their carpet-bags stuffed with silver spoons stolen from Confederate dwellings, and, possibly, -bags stuffed with silver spoons stolen from Confederate dwellings, and, possibly, rings upon their fingers wrenched from the hands of Confederate ladies. Unfortunate Hammond! --Doubtless he thought he was in a fair way to become a major-general.