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ry dismantled. The Cumberland, which was sunk by the Merrimac, is to be raised. A letter to the Boston JournalSays: The fleet lying in James river consists of the Minnesota, (flag ship of Act. Rear Admiral Lee,) New Ironsides, Galena, and Miami. The Genesee and Mahaska have been withdrawn, and other gun- boats are expected to take their places. The Minnesota rails to any for Boston, where it is understood some changes will be made in her armament. The New Ironsides presents a formidaement. Several shots are fixed in her hull; some penetrated her iron plated sides, and one or two made clean holes through the funnel. Captain Rogers is a fighting man, and is all ready for Merrimac No. 2, or any other rebel demonstration. The Miami (side wheel gunboat) is on picket duty for the present. and will probably be ordered home before long for repairs, as she needs a thorough overhauling. She came here from the Western Gulf squadron, where she rendered important service in the ca