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proved entirely incorrect. Griffin's battery is attached to the Provest Marshar's force, and stationed at the corner of H and 17th streets. With only one or two exceptions the officers are Republicans of the deepest days. The refusal of Mayor Berret to take the oath of allegiance administered to the Board of Police, on the ground that he is an an-efforts member of the Board, exercises the minds of many here, in private as well as public circle. No sensible people doubt the "loyalty" of MMr. Berret. He has a right to be as punctilious on a question of official stiguestte as he pleases. Another correspondent of the Exchange writes: The complications and embarrassments experienced by the Federal authorities in this city are almost beyond conception. There is trouble in the Cabinet, trouble in the War Department. trouble in the Navy Department, trouble among the military chiefs and diseffection among the volunteers, on both sides of the river. The appointment of Gen.