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communication in this morning's Dispatch, over the signature of "Justice," in defence of the Secretary of War, contains the following language in relation to Col. Henningsen: "Here comes in a fact of great significance. This report says that 'the forces under Col. Henningson, with fifteen pieces of artillery, were ordered t assail the policy, ability or tact of the Secretary of War. But he happens to know, from the most reliable sources, that these charges or insinuations as to Gen. Henningsen are utterly without authority. Gen. Henningsen is not the officer to give a false order, or to misunderstand or misconstrue an order given him by a superior Gen. Henningsen is not the officer to give a false order, or to misunderstand or misconstrue an order given him by a superior in command. The fact is precisely the reverse of that as stated by "Justice." For the present, it is hoped this statement will suffice, unless the Secretary of War and his friend, "Justice," deem it proper to renew this uncalled-for and unjust attack on one among the most experienced, brave, skillful, and gifted officers, of