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ort Royal Harbor Nov. 9, 1861. Sir: --Since writing my official dispatch, I have sent gun-boats to take possession of Beaufort, to protect the inhabitant; but I regret to say they have fled, and the town is abandoned to the negroes, reported to me as in a lawless condition. The light vessels which I had hoped to save were destroyed on the desertion of the forts by the Confederates. The post-offices were visited, and a number of documents, letters, &c., obtained I have covered Scull Creek, mouth or Broad river, and have cut off the communication between Charleston and Savannah. Respectfully, your obedient servant, S. F. DuPony, Flag Omeer Command'g South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Hon. Gidson Welies, Secretary of the Navy, Washington. Important from Washington--two millions dollars worth of cotton seized at Beaufort--South Carolinian Professing loyalty to the Federal Government. Washington, Nov. 14 --The general order of Secretary Weles, announcing t