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Police Arrests. --Officers Adams and Granger arrested yesterday afternoon two men, named Clay Rawlings and William Slatery, charged with stealing one thousand eight hundred dollars from Robert Rounds. The first named was also charged with stealing sixty-two dollars from Charles Hoffman. Chaffin's Bluff, March 26, 1865. To the Editor of the Dispatch: We do not like to complain of bad shooting on the part of either the enemy or our own army at this distance from danger, say fifteen miles; but there was certainly some lad mortar practice during the fight of yesterday morning near Petersburg, as we distinctly saw, with several officers and man, shells bursting high in the air in that direction. I write only to make a record of far-seeing, so much has been said of how far the guns of different battles have been heard during the war. I think that this fight has certainly been witnessed from a greater distance than any other, except across water. At the first dawn, we