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. C. Ord to the command of Smith's corps, and Major-General D. B. Birney to the command of the Tenth corps. According to reports of deserters, Smith had indulged in a free criticism of Grant's campaign, saying, among other disparaging remarks, that it was a lamentable failure. This got to Grant's ears, and the consequence was that Smith was relieved. The Northern Border. We have no later news from General Early's command than that furnished by Northern papers. A dispatch, dated August 30, says that on the previous day General Custar crossed the Opequan in the direction of Bunker Hill; but on encountering two divisions of Breckinridge's corps, retired, as it was not intended he should bring on a general engagement. The Northern papers also give accounts of cavalry fights, in which several Yankee officers were killed, among them Dr. W. H. Rulison, Medical Director of Torbert's cavalry corps. The Lynchburg Republican has a statement of a disaster to the Fifty- first Virgi