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iant and forward among the Northern heroes is Gen. John E. Wool, of New York, who has been freely bestowing his advice and suggestions upon Gen. Scott. It appears, however, that the General-in-Chief is disposed to "snub" his subordinate. Thus, we have it: Headquarters of the Army.Washington, April 28 Major General John E Wool, U. S. A., Commanding Department of the East, New York City: General: --The General-in-Chief desires me to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 25th instant, and to say, in reply, that the very great necessity which exists for carrying on the business of the several Staff Departments with system under their proper chiefs, compels him to request you will give no orders interfering with the purchase or issue of army supplies, such orders being in all cases directed by the General in-Chief himself. The General regrets your infirm health does not permit him to assign you to an important command away from your headquarters, and he recomme
M. Wilderman, a Maryland drover, was knocked down and robbed of a large amount of money, near Fairmont, Virginia, last week. Thirteen of the New York Banks on Saturday week contributed nearly half a million of dollars for the defence of the Government. The Mobile Cadets, now in Virginia, are possessed of property worth in the aggregate between three and four millions of dollars. John Cochran, of Marion county, Va., was killed while attempting to get on a railroad train, on the 25th ult. The report that the Rev. Dr. Hawks, of New York, intended to resign his charge, is contradicted. Greiner, who was arrested in Philadelphia for "treason," has been admitted to bail in the sum of $10,000. The residence of C. Boggess, Esq., in Lewis county, Va., was consumed by fire recently. Captain Theodore Fink, U. S. A., died of apoplexy, at Detroit, on the 3d instant. Three thousand troops were encamped at New Orleans on the 1st instant. Isaac Henderson ha