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ssels composing this expedition is very animating. During the evening of yesterday all the vessels were illuminated, and the music of the numerous bands with the regiments on the vessels was soul-stirring in the extreme. The calm, placid water and the bright silvery moon added additional splendor to the occasion. Long after retreat was beaten did the soldiers of the Tenth regiment New York Volunteers line the ramparts, and cheer upon cheer resounded through the "stilly night." Brigadier General Reno and staff, accompanied by Lieutenant Colonel Modge, of the Twenty-first Massachusetts Volunteers, paid their respects to Major General Wool, and at ten o'clock Chief Quartermaster Captain Grier Talmadge, had one of his boats, the Rancocas, in readiness to take the distinguished visitors on board of the steamer Northerner. A sail in the harbor under such auspices, on a bright moonlight night, with the thermometer at sixty degrees, is a pleasure which cannot very conveniently be indul