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General Henningsen. --We understand this distinguished soldier leaves Richmond to-day to join the Legion of General Wise, in northwest Virginia. General Henningsen, as is well known, is a professional soldier of high attainments, and we arGeneral Henningsen, as is well known, is a professional soldier of high attainments, and we are well assured he will signalize himself, when opportunity is given, as an officer of no ordinary military genius. He is not only thoroughly acquainted with the theory of the art of war, (evinced in his writings on this subject,) but has had considerable experience in the field. A distinguishing characteristic of General Henningsen is his sympathy for nations struggling for their liberty and independence, and he is marked by admirable traits of character peculiar to few military men. It would be no compliment to speak of his bravery and gallantry were he not as gentle and modest as he is brave. General Henningsen is scarcely to be looked upon as a foreigner, although not a native of America, having resided in the South for many years, an