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and 60 of the United States Artillery, Lieutenant Larned commanding, as a force to operate in conjunction with the fleet under command of Flag Officer Stringham against the rebel force at Hatteras Inlet. We left Fortress Monroe on Monday, the 26th instant, at 1 o'clock P. M. The last ship of our fleet arrived off Hatteras Inlet about 4 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. Such preparations as were possible for the landing were made in the evening, and at daylight next morning dispositions were madody placed the necessary funds at the disposal of the Department, active preparations were made. --As the co-operation of the War Department was necessary, other preliminaries requiring time were indispensable, so that it was not until Monday, the 26th ult., that the expedition sailed. The success is perfect, and every anticipation of the Department is realized. Among the papers captured was a press copy of a letter from the late American Consul at Rio, Robert G. Scott, giving a list of al