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ore. Grimball's has been entirely abandoned. Our pickets went over the place Thursday, finding no troops, but every evidence of their having been there.--Several newspapers were picked up and, brought into camp; also, a farewell letter, elegantly addressed to "Secesh," stating that the climate was too unhealthy to permit a longer stay, and promising another visit. The enemy are now in force at Legare's, but it is supposed that they are also moving off. The battery of Parrot guns near Secessionville has been abandoned, and the guns removed. It was a very simple earthwork thrown up with apparent haste, and by no means formidable. --Their entrenchments were also very slight. Near the battery was found a painted board with the following significant inscription: "Six miles from Charleston, 16th June, 1862. Five minutes to hell." Some are disposed to view this movement as the end of the summer campaign, unless the enemy make some demonstration of an attack by sea.--The defeat at Ri