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us rumors of engagements with United States gun-boats and batteries on James river, said to be favorable to the latter. Nothing had been received from the fleet at Port Royal, or from Hatteras, nor had anything transpired in reference to the rumored attack on Pensacola. The steamer Constitution, with about 2,000 troops of Gen. Butler's brigade, from New England, had arrived in Hampton Roads Their destination is not divulged. On Tuesday evening the steamship S. R. Spaulding, Capt. Howes, left Hampton Roads for Fort Clark, on the North Carolina coast, with several hundred tons of naval and army stores for the U. S. troops at that place. The last accounts from that place state that the soldiers were busy in the construction of wooden huts for winter quarters. Important from Key West--capture of a Confederate schooner — capture of the privateer Beauregard--the crew in irons. It was stated in the Northern papers, on the 27th ult., that two vessels — the British sc