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: Matthew Vassar, George Manchan, T. A. Ware, Adolph Hugel, Daniel Smith, Wm. Bacon, and the Racer. Twelve of the fleet in all left the Southwest Pass on the 17th of July; of these seven have reached Fortress Monroe, and the five others are hourly expected. The officers and crews of all the vessels think they are to reduce Fort Darling, and intimate a perfect willingness to undertake the job. Flery times may be looked for in that direction shortly. Fortress Monroe, July 31st.--The steamer Georgia arrived at Fortress Monroe at 7 o'clock this morning. She is from Washington, D. C., and has on board over 200 rebel prisoners. Captain Higgins, of 86th New York regiment, is in charge of them. They are now at anchor just above the fort, having received orders to remain here till tomorrow. The mail steamers between this place and Harrison's Landing go up the river every trip loaded with soldiers from different regiments returning to duty. Some of them have bee