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rters, said: "I'll be damn'd if I care that's what I want." And also for publicly declaring, "I want to get out of the services I don't we will succeed. I am dissatisfied generally. Nobody but McClellan can command this army." Found guilty. This warrior was dishonorably discharged from the service, and sentenced to forfeit all his pay and emoluments. The anticipated attack on Charleston. A correspondent of the Baltimore American (C. C. Fulton, the proprietor,) writing from Port Royal, S. C., gives the following about the "coming" attack on Charleston: The first intelligence received at the North from the anticipated demonstration on Charleston will doubtless come to you by way of Richmond. In crediting these statements, whatever they may be it must be borne in mind that Beauregard is in command. There will probably be iron clad reconnaissances in the lower harbor for two or three days prior to the main attack. After accomplishing their purpose for the day, it may