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McClellan's Departure. Dr. Minge, who has been at Westover nearly ever since the arrival of McClellan's army there has arrived in this city. He reports that the last of the Yankee army has leftfill his place, which was not the case with their enemies. He also remarked when he arrived at Westover, after the seven day's fighting, that by all the rules of war there would be a battle there in t the Confederates did not pursue the Federal army. When our artillery shelled the camp at Westover, at night, all in Mrs. Selden's house retreated into the cellar; but, upon a Yankee officer decand from another a pair of legs encased in boots. Some of the gunboats are still lying off Westover, and on one of them was a son of Mrs. James Selden, who is in the U. S. Navy. The commander of Navy. The commander of the fleet sent word ashore a day or two since that if he saw parties of more than three or four persons on land, that he would shell the mansion (Mrs. Selden's) at Westover.