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s, the muddleheaded Abolitionist Brigadier, have done for Ship Island. Said Ship Island is not so far from Mobile as some nervous citizens would wish. When Picayune gets his big guns mounted on his newly christened "Fort Massachusetts" on Ship island, a Southwest wind will bear the reverberations of their hostile voices evenry mile of the distance from coast to city. Would a million Yankees be valorous enough to attempt to run such a gauntlet of "masked batteries?" The tear is that Picayune will not give us a chance at his forty thousand stout cordwainers, spinners and weavers, who, though the "trade of the South is not worth having" find soldiering for rations the most profitable business now left to them. But then Picayune may essay to repeat his bombarding operation at Hatteras, at the mouth of the harbor, so as to make a water approach to the city. He will find this just as agreeable an experience as an advance by land. There are two full-grown forts of the most p