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ports that all the troops of his command, except thirty, have succeeded in reaching Monterey and are now there. A strong force of Confederate troops is being concentrated there. A number of Col. Pegram's command, who were paroled by Gen. McClellan after their surrender, have arrived here. About three thousand troops arrived here to-day. The militia are turning cut en masse, and such a militia as any nation, much less Yankees, might fear. A volunteer from Arkansas, named Baldwin, was killed here Wednesday, by falling from the top of a car. His legs were cut off by the wheels, and his body otherwise mangled. Twenty-one prisoners were brought in last night from Beverly by our men. They were all "Union" men with the exception of one, who was a regularly enlisted Yankee soldier. The traitors are now in jail here. Volunteer companies are rapidly forming here and there is a determined disposition never to let the invaders touch a soil which they swear shall b