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iron-clad fleet. In crossing the falls at Alexandria, the Eastport, one of our most valuable and formidable iron rams, ran aground on the shoals, and for thirty hours her condition caused the most serious apprehensions, all attempts to haul the grim monster off by means of hawsers proving ineffectual. The efforts of several tugs and transports finally released her from her perilous position without any serious injury. expedition to Campti. At half-past 8 o'clock Monday morning, General A. Smith ordered Colonel Gooding, commanding the Sixth Massachusetts cavalry, to proceed with the following troops upon a reconnoissance to the town of Campti, six miles distant, for the purpose of capturing or dislodging a band of Harrison's guerrillas, numbering some three hundred men: Three hundred of the Second New-York cavalry, two hundred from the Third Rhode Island, and one hundred men from the Eighteenth New-York cavalry, together with two regiments of infantry under command of Colonel H