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ny of the signals of distress or communicating with his Generals. At one time flag would appear Union down on a number of vessels, indicating a want of water, coal or provisions. Despite all these adverse circumstances, General Burnside has succeeded in getting over the bar one-half of his vessels, all the gun-boats, and seven thousand troops. The large transports with the troops remained outside the bar until the arrival of the S. R. Spaulding, from Port Royal, on the 23d, when Capt. Howes volunteered to bring them all inside. This was accomplished yesterday afternoon. Fair weather has now set in, and the schooners are making their appearance with water and coal, and everything looks promising. Gen. Burnside is confident of ultimate success, and has the respect of every man under his command. The only troops that have been landed are the 24th Massachusetts regiment and the Rhode Island battery. Col. Hawgins's regiment goes with Gen. Burnside's expedition, and