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ere routed with great slaughter. Not a cannon report was heard here or in any of the forts over the river last night, at any hour; nor had the Government in this city heard of any engagement there per telegraph, to-day, up to 2 P. M. So we need hardly say that Munson's Hill had not been taken by General McClellan up to that hour. How soon he may choose to take it, we know not. The Navy Department to-day received official information from two points in the Gulf, dated on the 13th ult., from which it is evident that three or four of our vessels of war have reliable information of the position of the privateer Sumter, and have probably by this time closed down upon her, as they were then preparing to do (from different points) immediately. The Navy Department have information that the prizes taken from the disunionists in the waters of Florida and that immediate region, are being rapidly sunk (filled with stone) in the entrances to various small harbors of that State