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, all their regiments invincible, before they have seen an enemy. Probably a single engagement will change their opinions somewhat.--So far, nothing has been settled on this subject, but this one thing, that a full regiment can be whipped with brickbats and pebbles, by boys in the street. Wherever we have attempted anything they have failed. We drove them out of Fort Sumter on the exact day we appointed to do it; and their cowardly fleet stood off, witnessing the operation.--They attacked Sewell's point before we had a gun in battery; we got two guns down in the night and whipped them off, crippled, disabled and cowed. They have been bombarding two more batteries at Aquia Creek for a week, and not succeeded yet in hurting a single man for us or silencing a single gun; but they have succeeded in getting one of their vessels severely damaged and fifty or more of their men killed. In the affair at Fairfax, a company of raw infantry, without officers, cut to pieces and put to flight a