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ty of timber and materials, seasoned and ready for the shipwright's axe, there are immense quantities, while of copper, iron, anchors, cables, cordage, canvas, and every description of material needed in the construction and equipment of almost any number of gun-boats, the supply is abundant. With all this material ready at hand, and with building and launching slips and ways, docks and work shops, foundries and machine shops, and all the modern and most approved machines, tools, fixtures, and appurtenances attached, not one vessel has been built or begun ! Eight months have elapsed since the capture of this vast depot of naval stores and supplies. During this entire period the Government has had control of the establishment, and at its command from one to two thousand of the best mechanics in the country. Has a ship, a boat, or a flat been equipped, or launched, built, or begun?--Stir up the powers, Messrs. Editors, to action. Action. Portsmouth, Va., Nov. 16, 1861.