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ndria, and the Pawnee guards Maryland Point.--The Propeller Reliance has the launch of the Pawnee in tow, exploring the creeks and inlets along the shores. On Sunday the body of Sergeant Goodfellow, of New York, who was killed at Great Bethel, was taken on board the Alabama to be carried home. The propeller Diamond State, Capt. Jones, reports having met and spoken the propeller Josephine, down the river, the latter having been fired into with muskets at Matthias' Point, opposite Port Tobacco. She returned the compliment with a shell, and the annoyance ceased. The President is making good progress with his message. It will take the highest ground in favor of prosecuting the war with the utmost vigor, and of finishing it by winter if that be possible. To make it possible, he will recommend a call for 600,000 men, and an appropriation sufficient to cover all necessary expenditure, at a cost of $200,000,000. The Governors of all the free States have been written to on thi