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The New General Superintendent of the Government telegraph. Anson Stager, of Ohio, having received the military appointment of General Superintendent of the Government telegraph, has, in accordance with his instructions, entered upon the organization of that department. A personal difficulty. A personal difficulty is on the tapis between Colonel Hinks of the 17th Massachusetts regiment, and the Major of the Tammany (New York) regiment. The affair grows out of the report of Colonel Hicks to General Stone in regard to the engagement at Ball's Bluff, which contains severe strictures upon the conduct of the Tammany regiment. It is understood that a challenge has passed from the Major to Colonel Hinks. The matter is now in the hands of the chosen friends of the parties. The Lieutenant Colonel and Major of the 17th Massachusetts are acting for Colonel Hinks, and two other officers of the Tammany regiment for his opponent. There is no fear of a fight. News from Gen. B