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ucing a proper pass, signed by the provost-marshal or other proper authority. On Monday night a lieutenant of the police undertook to arrest three or four disorderly soldiers. A fight ensued.--The citizens gathered to assist the lieutenant. They were deterred, however, by the arrival of a gang of soldiers — comrades of the disorderly ones — who raised a "rallying cry" and rescued the first party from the hands of the officers of the law. A difficulty, which came near proving serious, occurred Sunday evening. A well-known citizen being stopped by the guard, and believing it to be a bogus party, fired, but fortunately missed. An explanation ensued, and the affair was amicably settled. At a court-martial recently held on Sullivan's island five men were found guilty of desertion and condemned to be shot with musketry. Among them are three brothers, the only remaining male members of a respectable family. We have not learned at what time the execution is to take plac