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rts and batteries extending from the Navy Yard to Fort McRae, a distance of about four miles, the whole nearlyllison, in the Richmond, took position as near to Fort McRae as the depth of water would permit, but which unfnemy being somewhat slower. By noon, the guns of Fort McRae were all silenced but one, and three hours beforecent to tile Navy Yard, those of Battery Scott to Fort McRae and the lighthouse batteries, and those of the fo I think more efficient, than that of yesterday. Fort McRae, so effectually silenced yesterday, did not fire well as we can discern, delivering broadsides at Fort McRae. Up to this hour, we had no messenger from the yra are still thundering away at the Barrancas and Fort McRae. five O'clock.--Another gentleman from just bend twelve wounded. The loss has been generally at Fort McRae. Col. Villipigue, of the Georgia and Mississippi ed on Friday, by the caving in of the magazine at Fort McRae, numbered eleven persons. No casualties since.
exchange. Lieut. Worden left Montgomery on the 14th, having given his parole not to divulge any thing which he might learn while in transit, to the disadvantage of the rebel Government. This parole was of no disadvantage to the National Government, from the fact that he saw nothing. He arrived at Richmond on Sunday evening, November 17th, having been detained one day by failure to connect, and stopped at the Exchange Hotel, which was filled with army officers. He obtained an interview with the Adjutant-General, and Acting Secretary of War Benjamin, and left early on Monday morning for Norfolk, and the following day went on board the frigate Minnesota, at Hampton Roads. After the fight at Santa Rosa Island, Major Vogdes and twenty-two of Wilson's men were confined in jail with him, from whom he learned further of the actual condition of Fort Pickens. He has no doubt that Fort Pickens can easily reduce the batteries and fortifications in the vicinity, as well as Fort McRae.