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as already known to our authorities: It is no longer improper to speak of the important movements that have been progressing in this department during the past two days, as they are now fully accomplished. A large, portion of the troops at Bermuda Hundred, ruder Gen Butler, have been transferred, under command of Gen Smith, to the Army of the Potomac. The troops were sent in transports, with great celerity, up York river to White House — the new base of supplies for Gen Grant. Gens Smith and Broo passed up yesterday.--Gen Gillmore remains with Gen Butler at Bermuda Hundred, as also Gens Ames and Wild. Large quantities of supplies have been sent up to White House. Another account, says, that fifteen vessels, laden with supplies, had called for the White House. Grant's wounded — Running off negroes from Port Royal. All the Yankee wounded from Fredericksburg have been curried to Washington. A letter from Port Royal, Carolina county, dated the 28th, says: