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ing out for operations against the Southern coast. The greatest activity prevails at the Brooklyn yard, and within the last few days several new vessels have gone into commission and have left the yard, and are lying in the harbor awaiting orders to proceed to sea. Among these is the new gun-boat Unadilla. She deserves particular mention on account of the great expedition in which she has been prepared for service. Her builder, Mr. John Englis, of this city, signed the contract on the 29th of June, and in forty-nine days after — the 17th of August--she was launched; in two weeks after her engines were in and at work, and on the 19th of September she went on her trial trip, giving perfect satisfaction to all. Her armament, of which we have given a description, was at once put on board, and she went into commission on Monday. She left the Navy-Yard the same evening, and is now lying off the Battery awaiting orders. The Ottawa the second of the gun-boats built in this city — is h