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ited and thrown in a stream of flame, setting fire to what it strikes. Perhaps, before very long, he may try it in setting fire to the Navy-Yard at Norfolk. Dupont's expedition on the Southern coast. The Yankee newspapers raise a shout of exsitation over the capture of Brunswick, Ga., and Fernandina, Fla., where, it will be remembered; the enemy met with no resistance. The following is Commodore Dupont's official report of the proceeding: Flag-Ship Monican, Harbor of Fernandina, March 4, 1862. Sir: I had the honor to inform you in my last dispatch that the expedition for Fernandina was equipped, and waiting only for suitable weather now either actually in my possession, or under my control, and thus the views of the Government have been accomplished. Very resp'y, your most obd't serv't, S. F. Dupont, Comd'g South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. To Hon. Gideon Welles, Secretary of Navy, Washington. Black Republican opinion of "the situation." The Wa