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chief of some kind done somewhere. It is hoped the hulls of the enemy's steamers and old transports have been well battered by our guns, if they have escaped the perils of the sea, and disasters from the storm that has but recently subsided. The new and handsome piece of ordinance invented by Mr. Utley, of North Carolina, has been tested by Gen. Huger, who, I learn, entertains a favorable opinion in regard to its power and accuracy. Gen. H. A. Wise, accompanied by his son, Capt. O. Jennings Wise, left this city this morning for the post of duty in the Old North State. A steamer went down yesterday under a flag of truce, and was met near Craney Island by another steamer from Old Point. Passengers were exchanged, mails forwarded, and other matters officially, promptly, and courteously attended to. The steamers Constitution, from Boston, with troops, and the Pensacola, from up the Potomac, were both in the Roads yesterday. They have probably left for some Southern p