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ealth. We have this morning received permission from Major Gordon, C. S. A., commanding the post, to celebrate the coming anniversary of our independence, with certain restrictions. The 4th of July committee consists of Col. Murphy, Twenty-ninth Pennsylvania; Lieut. Colonel Neff. Second Kentucky; Dr. Gray, United States Army; Paymaster Stockwell, United States Army; Lieut. Watson, Third Connecticut; Capt. Fish, Thirty-second New York; and Major Cassidy, Ninety-third New York. Colonel Crocker, of the Ninety-third New York, was selected to read the Declaration of Independence, and Lieut. Col. Benedict, of the Seventy-fifth New York, to read Washington's Farewell Address. An original poem is to be recited by Capt. Drew, of the Second Vermont. Vocal music, under the direction of Lieut. Lombard. Games and races by the privates in the afternoon, for which the officers have contributed prizes. Major Gordon displays a willingness to do all in his power for the comfort o