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transport steamers, loaded with reinforcements, which on Tuesday afternoon and night passed up the river to Berkeley and Westover, where'd presume the right wing of the enemy rests, as it is there covered by Herring Creek and the Berkeley Mill Pond. mer has passed down since Monday, flying the yellow flag. The Monitor and six or eight steam gunboats are seen from Westover to Berkeley, accompanied by from sixty to seventy schooner, laden, as far as can be seen, with hay, plank, and other art was there any yesterday, save a few shells, or rather signal guns, I suppose. Some fifty guns were fired to day at Westover, as a Fourth of July salute, and the vessels all displayed the Stars and Stripes. The troops landing are believed tn yesterday afternoon. These men state that they left McClellan's Army Saturday night. They say his headquarters are at Westover, and that he still has an effective force at Berkeley, is in a strong position, and anxious to fight. His force is repr