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es. The gun was the pride of the army, and the terror of the gun boats, and its value was tested in the late battle, when it played at the gun-boats, and dispersed the advancing column of the enemy. The condition of the Beaufort negroes. The following official dispatch which has been received at headquarters in Charleston, S. C., will tend to allay all injudicious apprehensions with respect to the loyalty of the negroes in and around Beaufort: Headquarters, Coosawhatchie, Nov. 13, 1861. General: --In reply to your enquiries, I have the honor to inform you that in my opinion there has been some misapprehension in regard to the condition and state of feeling of the negroes in the vicinity of Beaufort, and upon Port Royal Island. I visited Beaufort and rode through the Island in company with a small escort yesterday morning. We saw no indications of any general disaffection among the negroes. Some disorders it is true appear to have transpired during the absence o