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nst the Virginia batteries at different points, where the naval force, co-operating with the land force, can destroy them and keep the rivers emptying into the bay free. He is in favor of this as a matter of instant action, by the assumption of some responsibility if need be, instead of waiting till the Virginians have entrenched themselves so as to render their dislodgment difficult. The prosecution of the Commodore's views depends very much on whether he can obtain the co-operation of Col. Dimmick at Fortress Monroe. The Baltimore Sun furnishes some additional information about the capture of the steam gun: The steam gun captured on Friday has been stationed in the camp of the Sixth (Mass) Regiment, and on Saturday it was understood an exhibition of its powers would be given; but a very unfortunate circumstance interfered with the arrangement. Some very material and indispensable parts of the machinery were found wanting, and the steam gun, that all had come to look up