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tenant the honor of hoisting the first Sic Semper Tyrannis flag over the property of the late United States. The Hospital was taken possession of by Lieut. Col. Godwin, with one company of the Regiment, accompanied by Adjutant Wrena. Dr. Barrington was in charge at the time, who surrendered on demand on Sunday morning at about sunrise. Our harbor is now in a comparatively safe condition of defence. At this point we have in command of our Colonel, aided by Captain McIntosh and Lieutenant Sharp, of the Virginia Navy, a powerful battery, the guns of which are of the largest calibre, all taken from the Navy-Yard. They are now all in position. The breastwork is of earth, covered by cotton bales, and they covered with railroad T iron. Give us a show, and we can sink the entire Yankee fleet. At various other points batteries are in course of erection--one at Craney Island, nearly completed; one at Fort Norfolk, and several others down the river. The old frigate United States h