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ble. Affairs along the Potomac are quiet. The Confederates have a number of masked batteries at all the principal points on the river. At Potomac creek eleven merchant vessels were fired upon, but the shots fell short. Washington, Oct. 3. --It is now stated upon reliable authority thus Gen. Wool, who has been superseded by Gen. Mansfield, has been assigned to no other duty. Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. 3. --Eighteen hundred Confederates parted from their main colOct. 3. --Eighteen hundred Confederates parted from their main column on yesterday, and proceeded towards Georgetown. The Confederates intend to make a demonstration in vast numbers on Georgetown, Jefferson City, and St. Louis, and they feel confident of their ability to take them. The report of the removal of Gen. Fremont created intense indignation among the Union men and great rejoicing among Secessionists. A gentleman who visited Benton barracks this afternoon reports the greatest excitement among the troops amounting almost to mutiny. Gen