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g an important outlet over the bar; but, despite which, our gallant and adventurous sailors pass out without fear and without molestation. They have lately added a saucy little craft of light draft, which is found every morning close under Sullivan's Island, near the beach channel, and frequently runs close in on the bar, as if bidding defiance to us. --They know not how often they are laughed at within fifty yards of their guns, when the moon is veiled and a dark pall covers the face of the deep. Pursuing the survey, we come to Sullivan's Island and Fort Moultrie, which looks much more pleasantly then when watching with grim satisfaction the once beleaguered Sumter. Between lie the rafts which are designed to arrest the progress of any audacious gunboat, and bring it under the fire of the forts. Further in, appears above the water the long line of piles driven across the main channel, upon the verge of which, and within thirty yards of a passing ship, a new battery has been comm