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Maj Gen Casey, who ran so at Seven Pines, is Colonel of the 4th infantry.--Maj Gen Keyes, lately on the Peninsula, is Colonel of the 11th infantry. Maj Gen W T Sherman, who lost a leg at Port Hudson, is Colonel of the 13th infantry. Major Gen Heintzleman is Colonel of the 17th infantry; and Maj Gen Doubleday, who was at the first bombardment of Fort Sumter, ranks only as a Major in the 17th infantry. Meade, Pope, Hooker, Rosecrans, and McDowell, are Brigadiers in the regular army, and Fremont, McClellan, Grant, and Halleck, are Major Generals. Of the twelve General officers who were in the regular army in August, 1862, two--Gen'ls Sumner and Mansfield — are dead, and their places were filled by the appointment of Gen'ls Hooker and Meade, the former from the volunteer force and the latter from the engineers; and two--Gens. Wool and Harney--have been retired from active service. Their places are not yet filled. Maj Gen U S Grant, of the volunteer army, was rewarded for his
Arrest of a Yankee spy. --The Central cars yesterday brought down a Yankee named Theodore Whitney, of Co. A. 1st New York cavalry, who was captured a few days since in Shenandoah county. The order committing him to Castle Thunder charged him with being "a Yankee spy and Jessie scout," an organization gotten up in honor and bearing the name of Mrs. Jessie Fremont.--Whitney maintained an air of great indifference during his passage through the streets and seemed to think that nothing could be proven on him. The usual appendages for such characters were attached to his ankles, and the rattling of the chain connected therewith attracted more than the usual interest as he passed from the depot to the prison.