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enough and to spare to finish the rebellion. Gen. Hunter's Negro Brigade, &C. [From the New York Express.]or from Port Royal by the arrival to-day is, that Gen. Hunter ordered his newly- organized Negro Brigade to Jamrgeons are on board of the Ericsson, sent home by Gen. Hunter for refusing to act as Brigade Surgeons to the neat from the indispensable force of circumstances, Gen. Hunter will be obliged to leave a great many plantationsthat the negroes, therefore, will be abandoned by Gen. Hunter, as were the white Union men of Jacksonville, Flo. This ill-timed movement cannot be charged on General Hunter; it was in violation of his express orders. GeGeneral Hunter is a soldier; he knows that the success of troops depends on the skill with which they are handle of showing that the order did not proceed from General Hunter, and was not a consequence of the disaster. Ifpt, which never would have been made at all had General Hunter's orders been followed. Judging from the prese