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Acting Ensign United States brig Perry, believed to be the same person who was tried in the United States District Court as concerned in the Ariel case for the murder of Capt. Ayres. A correspondent of the Augusta Chronicle, writing from Secessionville December 10th, furnishes the following: For some days the broad wings of a sombre calm have drooped lazily over the waters of our bay, and our "starry cross" has almost ceased to glitter and shine amid the smoke of the battle. The rebeas some "sleeping innocent" --hangs out his star-spangled striped rag — sends a monitor on picket now and then — that's all. Yankee batteries on Black Island yesterday afternoon and this morning made a desperate effort to hit somebody at Secessionville. Infantile Parrotts skipped and hummed about at a merry rate; displaced some earth; splashed the mud and water — nothing more! Two or three prisoners, recently captured, state that Gillmore has a force of forty thousand men. Don't belie<