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Spanish, one the British, and the other the American flag.--They were detained a short time and then allowed to proceed. The fleet has determined to interfere with no more vessels until orders are received from Washington. later. Troops continue to pour in from all parts of the State. Half disciplined, as many of them are, they undergo rigid drills. It is estimated that 10,000 soldiers are now in and about the city. Three regiments are encamped at the Race Course, and two at Pikesville, three miles beyond. General Beauregard is very active, and is strengthening every position in the harbor and on the land. He has offers of regiments from Alabama and Georgia; but Carolinian are so eager to serve, that he declines any other aid. He says he can get 50,000 men from this State alone. At Columbia, every man from 16 to 60 is under arms. Ten companies from the State capital are now here, and more want to come. The impression prevails here, from good authority, t