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e Army of the Potomac. We have enough and to spare at every point of importance, to hold it against any force. Since my last, a lively business has been done by the "blockade breakers," with mixed success. I may not say how many vessels have successionally get out of port, nor may I say what have successfully got in, except such as the enemy know of as well as we. One has been captured about 18 miles from the mouth of the harbor. She left mobile and escaped to Havana as the schooner "Wilder," the property of Confederate owners. She was there sold to a British subject, was re- christened the "Andrewetts," and took out a clearance for Matamoras. Not happening to sail in that direction, how ever, she was one morning discovered lying aground close into the shore of Alabama by the blockaders. They sent boats to take possession; but, when they approached, were fired on by members of a Mobile cavalry company, the "City Troop," lying in ambush on the shore, and were driven off with