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pplied with but twenty rounds of ammunition shows a remarkable want of preparation, and we suppose that Congress, if satisfied of the truth of the report, has already adopted such measures as may be necessary in the case. In the editorial columns of the Dispatch will be found comments upon the affair, with a statement of the locality of Fort Hatteras and its value as a strategic position. The telegraph informs us that the Federals received information touching the fortifications from a Yankee Captain who effected his escape from a privateer. From the Kanawha Valley. Advices from Gen. Floyd's command, dated Friday, 23d August, at Camp Gauley, have been received in this city. They are not so late as the enemy's dispatches from Cincinnati, but make more clear our movements in that quarter. Camp Gauley is below Summerville, on Gauley river, in Nicholas county. The writer says: "We have been constantly moving for a week, and have crossed the Gauley river and occupied the import