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nothing to do except camp duty, and, by the by, we are kept so well at that, that most of us are becoming well-drilled soldiers. As to the ability of the force here to take the fort, there is no doubt among many of our best military men. Two hours and a half they say will be sufficient to accomplish the purpose. It can be fired on from six different points. Storming parties can go under this fire, sharp shooters in the meantime picking off the gunners from sand pits, as was done at Sebastopol. There is, however, no prospect of a fight within ten days. If not by that time, the men are disposed to take the fort any how. They are not willing to come home without seeing it in the hands of the South. The health of the soldiers is good. The strictest discipline is observed. There is no disorder more than may be expected in camp life. No guns are allowed to be fired, and the general orders every day are that every one shall be ready at a moment's notice for action. Flori