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lready been placed in position, and is relied upon to do its work pretty thoroughly. The troops at all the posts seemed in good spirits, and much invigorated by the prospect for a brush. Among them was the grey-haired volunteer from Virginia, Mr. Ruffin. The most efficient provisions for lights, etc., were made last night, to detect the approach of United States troops, whether in steamers or small boats, and, with the systematic and vigilant lookout now constantly maintained, it will be e of Mr. G. F. Marchant, which was announced for this evening, has been postponed in consequence of the patriotic manager having been called away to do duty with his company at one of our batteries. We learn that the venerable volunteer, Edmund Ruffin, was yesterday elected a member of the Palmetto Guard, and an honorary member of the Marion Artillery. The arrival of the Hon. Roger A. Pryor, of Virginia, at the Charleston Hotel, last night, took his friends by surprise. Not withstand