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they wound up by firing two or three more rounds at the Yankee as she came out. The Yankee then stood for Freestone Point, and threw a few shells into some fish houses on the beach with very good effect, clearing them of the rebel pickets. Acting Master Ely then landed with a boat's crew to bring off a boat that was seen on the beach, but as this could not be done they destroyed the boat. An officer of the Twenty-sixth Pennsylvania Volunteers, who has just come on board, tells me that the The same officer has further told me that a shell from the rebel batteries, aimed at the Pensacola threw the dirt right over the soldiers that manned the batteries at Budd's Ferry. I have just been on board the Yankee, where I was told by Mr. Ely that on the boat returning to the Yankee last evening, a shot from the upper battery at Cockpit Point came so close to the boat as to splash the water into her. The evacuation of Romney by the Yankees. From the Wheeling (Va.) Intelligen