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steamers came out from Charleston, but did not venture to meet the Union. The ship Morning Light, from Australia, with a cargo of guano, is also here. The Cherubim, from Liverpool, sailed for New York this morning. Thirty-four of Col. Allen's men return to New York via Baltimore. They have been rejected by Major Williams, the inspecting officer at Fortress Monroe. Lieut. Crosby, with 50 men, on the propeller Fanny, this morning made a reconnoissance of Back River, and dispers from Bunker's Hill has just arrived, sating that 8,000 men are lying there, at Martinsburg, and at various points along the Potomac, between Hancock and Harper's Ferry, including Col. Jackson's force. His five regiments are the 1st Virginia, Col. Allen; the Col. Preston; the 7th, Col. Gordon; the 5th, Col. unknown, and another regiment the name unknown. Four pieces are with Jackson, commanded by Captain Pendleto, and the Wise artillery is in the neighborhood of Martinsburg with three pieces