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The Secretary of War has gone to Fortress Monroe, Hilton Head and Savannah to consult with General Grant, Foster and Sherman on important matters relating to the service. The supplies and exchange of prisoners, organization of colored troops, r from Savannah, dated the 31st ultimo, has an account of the review of the negro fire companies on the day before by Generals Sherman and Geary. About military matters, it says: There was a little stir on the other side of the river this mit till a larger force is sent to dislodge them, which, by the way, can very soon be done when the proper time comes for Sherman to move. As for the city, everything is quiet and well regulated. We are pleased to announce, as a matter of recoe reciprocity treaty. In Congress, Mr. Blair offered a resolution creating the office of lieutenant-general for General Sherman, but Grant still to keep supreme command. Owensboro' has been taken possession of by the Confederates, under Ma
News. The shelling of Butler's dredging machine in the Dutch Gap canal was heard with unusual distinctness during yesterday, and appeared, from the sound, to be connected with uncommon vigor. On the other portions of the lines, both in the neighborhood of Richmond and Petersburg, all was quiet yesterday. Grant is absent from his army, having gone to Fortress Monroe to confer with Secretary Stanton, who will thence proceed to Hilton Head and Savannah. From the South. Some of Sherman's troops have crossed the New river, on the road to Grahamville. Our troops have burnt the bridge over New river. General Wheeler is watching the enemy, the main body of whom is still believed to be near Grahamville. Grahamville is on the Charleston and Savannah railroad, thirty-four miles from Savannah and seventy from Charleston. The fire brigade who made such a grand parade in Savannah last Tuesday week, was, as we learn from the Northern papers, composed of negroes. Latest f