leport says that Gou. TtIcQi-ellan sa!l. during the recent week of battles before Vashington, when bis army bad nearly all been assigned to Gen. Pope's command, and but ninety soldiers were ucder hiin, that " this shall not inake mo quit the army, for I will remain if 1 have but a Corporal's command, or if 1 have to tako a musket and serve in tho ranks." Gen. Fremont, when assigned a coramand under Gen. Pope, considered it a grcat indignity, and asked to bo relieved. Which is the true patriot ? JC3L" Gen. Pope has been rclieved by his own request from the command of the army ot Virginia, aid assigiied to the command of the Department of the North-west, and Gen. McClellan has been placed in commaud of the combincd Annies of the Potomac and Virginia, it is distinotly said iu aceordanco wilh the expresa deinauds of al most the entirc armies, officers and uien. Tbis shows the confidence of tho Government in his ability. JSL5SL" Senator Simmoss, of Rhode Ishind, bas resigned, and Lieut. Gov. Aunold has boen electod to fill the ! pired portion of the term, or until the 4th of March next. Senator Simmons . has probably become convinced of his unwortliinesj. Thü politieal priaoners at Fort Maekinaw are to bo transforred to other quurters, and Capt. Worrner's cornpany is to be musteredout of service imniediately. Why not transfer the (jompany tosomo other regirnont? LC Pui son BoowtrLQvü bas accepted the invitation tondored him to visit Detroit and dolivur tb o anniial address at the State Fair, probably on TIhii-bday, Sept. 25tb. ïhe " fighting Tarsoii" will ca'l out a orowdi L" Tho RepublicË0 nominating Oonréntiou for thiR llpresentative district hiis bten cailed to meet in this city, j on Friday, Sept. 2Glh, at 1 o'clock, P M. JC2L B. Kusii Bag, lato Pólice Justice of Detroit, diud on Monday ovening last. ffL? iíoincmber tho County Fair next wook, Wednesday, Thursday, nnd Fridiiy. The on nu al addiess is to bo dotivered by Hon. C. I. Wnlkcr, of Dfitroit.