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ly progressed in discipline and efficinacy. From the South side of the Potomac. Washington, Nov. 22. --The reconnoitering and foraging party under Gen. Brooks, which went out from Gen. Smith's division yesterday, took possession of Flint Hill and the surfounding country by throwing out pickets in different directions to prevent a surprise, while the foragemaster gathered and brought away seventy foaus of hay, having with him not less than ninety wagons. The only evidence of the preabout eight miles beyond our present outposts. The party returned late last night, having been altogether successful, and met with no casualties whatever. Information was received that the rebels had constructed an artillery road from Flint Hill to Germantown. From the Lower Potomac — successful Running of the blockade. Washington, Nov. 22. --The "Wyandank" ran the blockade last night, reaching Indian head about moonrise, and the Navy-Yard this morning. She was not fired