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night. No great damage done. The President to-day visited James Island, Forts Johnson, Pemberton, and all the batteries along the shore, reviewing all the troops in the positions they will have to occupy in case of an attack. He visited Secessionville, and inspected Fort Lamar and other works about Secessionville. He made a thorough examination of all the works on James Island, and expressed himself exceedingly gratified with everything he saw — the fine appearance of the troops, the charng all the troops in the positions they will have to occupy in case of an attack. He visited Secessionville, and inspected Fort Lamar and other works about Secessionville. He made a thorough examination of all the works on James Island, and expressed himself exceedingly gratified with everything he saw — the fine appearance of the troops, the character and strength of positions, and the number of works. He leaves at 8 o'clock on Thursday morning, on the Northeastern railroad, for Florence