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ged to give their personal attention to the preparing of all necessary detail, by designating boats, finding their capacity, and assigning the officers and men for each and every trip, etc. Three days cooked rations will be carried in the haversacks, and canteens will be filled with water, overcoats will be carried, but knapsacks will be left on board. The vessels will be in readiness to start to-morrow morning. By order of J. L. Reno, Brigadier-General. Edward M. Neill, A. A.G. February 5. After a stay of three weeks and two days inside of Hatteras Inlet we are at length in motion. At an early hour this morning active movements commenced. A few vessels that had not yet been towed into position were hauled astern of steamers and lines stretched between them. At half-past 7, Flag-Officer Goldsborough's vessel, the Philadelphia, moved forward, heading partly southward, and was followed by the other vessels of the naval squadron. As the squadron held a southward course f