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that the "bogus Secretaries of the South will treat the flying patriots more kindly." Seward is to be William the Conqueror. These gentlemen from the North have furnished us with Baltimore papers of a recent date. The American, of the 21st, says "the belief strengthens and deepens that there will be no war with England."American The Fernandina expedition had been abandoned. General Sherman had ordered the Yankee reporters home from Port Royal. General Wright's brigade occupies Tybee Island. The "two boys" sent North by the Secretary of War with Capt. Ricketts and the Rev. Mr. Mines, have given the Washington Government much valuable information concerning the batteries on the Potomac, the Confederate fortifications, troops, hospitals, &c., such as they never could have obtained, without meeting (by consent or otherwise) with Lincoln emissaries and pensioners in Richmond. The American, of the 21st, has a minute and extended account of their information, headed "Positio
king. They had, it is thought, about 15 old vessels to sink, which, if placed in single file, and allowing the large amount of 200 feet obstructing capacity to each vessel, the whole will blockade about 3,000 feet. The latest reports from the bar last evening say that the enemy had sunk 15 vessels, and from appearances it is inferred that all their hulks which have been brought here up to this time have been made use of, and that those now remaining outside are blockaders. From Tybee Island. We copy the following from the Savannah News, of the 23d inst.: The only news we have from Tybee is by the Ida. On Saturday the wind blew fresh from the Northeast and the sea ran high. During Saturday forenoon two large Federal sailing vessels endeavored to come in from the North. They were sailing directly on the North breakers, when a Federal frigate inside fired guns to warn them off, but the wind being high, they probably did not hear the report of the guns of the frigate