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t ability and success since September last. The American's special correspondent says that the storm which commenced on Monday afternoon, and continued through yesterday, doubtless prevented the Merrimac from coming out as she intended. She is now looked for confidently as soon as the weather permits.American's A gentleman who was on board the steamer Rancocas when she went up with a flag of truce on Monday, says that the Merrimac was then lying off Craney. Island. The Yorktown, Jamestown. Teaser, and four smelling, were in company with her, all under steam. No particular change in the appearance of the Merrimac from that presented when she was here before was noticed. It was the impression of those on board the Rancocas, that the whole fleet was on the way down when the flag of truce appeared. The storm must have been severely felt in the army now advancing up the Peninsula, deprived, as they are to a great extent, of the sheller of tents, and compelled to constant