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l transports, and it was believed they would follow the gun-boats. A ship, which the rebels had sunk in the channel in the rear of Fort Pulaski, had been removed, several steamers, including the Mayflower, having taken part in the task of pulling her out.-- Piles, which the rebels had driven to prevent the passage of our gun-boats, had also been removed, by drawing them out or sawing them off. The third battalion of the Massachusetts cavalry regiment was stationed on Hilton Head, near Seabrook, on the borders of Scull creek Colonel Williams had his headquarters there, and the first battalion, recently at Annapolis, was expected at the same place. The horses of the regiment were landed in good condition, and the men are in good health and spirits. They have pitched their tents in a pleasant and healthy place. The second battalion is at Beaufort, with Gen. Stevents's brigade. Lieutenant Colonel Sargent is with them. There are no other cavalry corps with Gen. Sherman's command.