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Army of the Potomac. [our own correspondent.] Manassas Nov. 1st. One of the heaviest storms of the season began last high, and has continued up to this time without cessation. Throughout the high the wind blow fiercely, and the rain fell in torrents. Our soldiers have suffered severely. Many of the tents were blown over and their inmates left out in the wet and cold all day long the rain has fallen, and the storm raged furiously. Every shelter the place affords that will give protection from the rain, is occupied with soldiers as wet as a droned A more disconsolate looking community would be hard to find. One cheerful thought connected with the storm is, that there is a probability of a partial destruction of the armada now going town the Southern coast. As unpleasant as the storm is, it may be providential that it occurred. Speaking of the Federal fleet, which sailed from Hampton Roads with such a flourish of trumpets and sound of Chinese gongs, and which was so
ssing to you, and through you, to your officers and men, its high appreciation of the conspicuous gallantry, ability and zeal, which marked the conduct of all, the Department expresses the conviction that the effect and significance of your brilliant triumph, decisive and important as it was, rise far above its apparent results. I am, respectfully, your obdt. servt., S. R. Mallory, Secretary of the Navy. A Brush with the Lincolnites near Savannah. The Savannah Republican, of November 1st, says: The garrison on Warsaw Island, consisting of the Republican Blues, Capt. Anderson, and Coast Rifles, Capt. Pritchard, had the privilege of a sight of, and shot at, the enemy on Wednesday afternoon. It appears that the Schooner Elite, which left here some days ago with a cargo of naval stores, bound for Havana, by some mishap stranded off Warsaw beach while going out. Wednesday afternoon a large U. S. steamer made her appearance in the offing, and coming to anchor dispatched t