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The Surge of Gaeta. --We take the following from a letter in the Constitutional, dated on board the frigate Garibaldi, Mola di Gaeta, 28th January: I take advantage of a few moments on shore at Mola to send you some details respecting thabout 10 o'clock, and experiment was made with the electric light from General Cialdini's residence to throw a light upon Gaeta, so as to enable the artillerymen to point the guns with precision. On the 22d, at 8 A. M., white 4,000 men were workinghe Admiral ordered the firing to cease, to give rest to the crews.--During the night all the vessels remained in front of Gaeta; the gunboats alone continued the attack. On the 23d the Admiral, after expressing his thanks to the commander of the Garibaldi, left for Mola, only leaving the Garibaldi, a steam frigate and two gunboats to cruise before Gaeta. In the space of six hours our frigate sent in 971 projectiles. Five shells from the fortress struck us, but did little damage. The steam