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attery The 29th Connecticut, Col W C Wooster, have just passed our ships in transports for Beaufort, S C. Our fleet lies quietly at anchor, and we fear nothing but torpedoes, which abound in this vicinity. News has just reached us that the steamer South Carolina has captured a valuable prize down at Tybee, near the entrance to Savannah, Ga. The prize is a fine English iron steamer, well loaded with stores — There is nothing doing in this department very warlike. Miscellaneous. Gen Rosecrans promptly crushed the attempt of the proprietors of the Metropolitan Record, published in New York, to supply its St Louis subscribers with their traitorous sheet, under the title of "Vindicator" The General sent for a copy, when the Vindicator arrived, and when he was satisfied that it was the same paper as the Record, he issued an order to suppress its circulation in his department. "Straws show how the wind blows" At a McClellan mass meeting in the Eighth Ward, New York, Monday ni