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rapidly fitting up the remaining seven in the same style, and these will doubtless go down to-night. The Baltimore reports all quiet down the river and at Old Point. Last Friday morning the U. S. ship Cumberland arrived in Hampton Roads from Boston, where she had been undergoing repairs. The Penguin has left Old Point and joined the Potomac flotilla, now lying off Aquia Creek. The Mount Vernon blockades the mouth of the Rappahannock, and the Louisiana guards the Eastern Shore, near Cape Charles. All on board these vessels are well and in good spirits. The seaman, Earnest Walton, who was wounded in the affair of the Resolute, at Mathias' Point, is lying quite ill at the hospital, and it is thought will not recover. A mistake. The newspaper story, alleging that Commander William D. Porter, U. S. Navy, is on his way home (from the Pacific side) in irons, by order of the Navy Department, is untrue. On the publication of his letter, encouraging his son to fight in the