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From Charleston. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Charleston, Jan, 23, 1861 In consequence of a terrific storm, which has prevailed here for 24 hours, there is no passing to Fort Moultrie, and consequently I did not go over, as promised yesterday. We really begin to feel and think here that matters are assuming a pacific turn. A very intelligent gentleman told me to-day, who has every means of knowing enough of public matters to make up a judicious opinion, that there will be no further collision. Certainly there is a very great modification of views to day as to the probabilities of war. I observe that the Northern press, with a few exceptions, seem to touch us a little more tenderly than formerly. No news at all by telegraph to-day. The storm may have done damage on the line. We have just caught a spy in our midst.--You are aware of the gross slanders perpetrated on us by some correspondent in this place for the New York Tribune, and to which I ad