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ing up on their hands and knees and popping off our pickets. The expedition was successful. The brush and trees were removed, and now our pickets watch without fear or favor. A Lieutenant of artillery, belonging to a Rhode Island battery, was badly wounded this morning. The report of Major Cassady's return, wounded, was not true. He is yet with the enemy. He was formerly one of the editors of the Albany Argus and Atlas. It looks very black on the part of both the Major and Colonel Crocker. Their friends are in hopes that it will turn out all right yet. Burnside's Plans. A Baltimore letter to the Philadelphia Inquirer contains the following: A lady in this city, who has a husband in Burnside's army, is said to have received a dispatch or letter from him, which states that General Burnside had, or was about giving notice to the citizens of Norfolk and Portsmouth, that he proposed moving upon these cities in a given time, requesting them to surrender or prep