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Major-Gen. J. E. B. Stuart. Culpeper C. H., Aug. 14, 1863. To the Editor of the Dispatch: All is quiet to-day. The enemy have the tapis. The last "sensation news" is the rumored supersede of Gen. Stuart by General Hood, and this report has excited much comment and deamong a few, there is but one sentiment. "What!" they all say, turn Stuart adrift! Put a man who has never commanded cavalry, except for a short time, and in small bodies, over Stuart, who has commanded nothing but cavalry, and with such glory from the start!" The feeling of the cavalry in the matter is strong. The fact is that Stuart has associated his name for so long a time with the cavalry, and his men have such conflated themselves upon the "good time" they were going to have, with Stuart no longer near to worry and harass them. The fact is, this change ust at this time, most unfortunate. Never was the reputation of Gen. Stuart higher than at present, if I am to judge from the talk of his of