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Naval intelligence.

--It is now well understood in the navy that Lieutenant Barbot, who was tried by court- martial at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard for striking a sailor, will not be removed from the service. His sentence may be a severe reprimand. Commander Walke, we hear, was found not guilty of the serious specifications; but the Court could not overlook his disobedience of orders. His motives were believed to be good. The President will probably ratify the decision in these cases next week. The Armstrong case is still going on.

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