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rder States will probably report on the subject to-morrow. Expedition up little river Inlet. The Navy Department has received dispatches stating that Lieutenant Commanding Braine recently picked up at sea, in an open boat, eight contrabands from Little River Inlet, S. C., from whom information was obtained that two schooners were preparing to run the blockade, laden with cotton and turpentine, and that the cargo was already in the warehouse, near the wharf, ready for shipment. Capt. Glisson ordered an expedition fitted out, consisting of an armed boat from each vessel, commanded by Lieuts. Braine and Bruce. The town was found deserted. The schooner at the wharf was not considered worth the trouble of bringing away. They found at the wharf and warehouses two hundred barrels of turpentine, sixty bales of cotton, and fifty-three barrels of rosin, the whole of which was destroyed by fire, valued at about $50,000. M'Clellan's campaign. The visit of the President to G