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as he said, insulted a loyal citizen of South Carolina. The portion of the negroes formed into a brigade were by no means pleased with this promotion, and would have greatly preferred to have been permitted to labor like the rest. From the observation of our informant, he is convinced that the negroes have no desire to bear arms against their masters. After the battle of Secessionville, and the withdrawal from Hilton Head of Steven's and Wright's command, who were sent to reinforce McClellan, the capture by us of that post could have been easily accomplished by a very small force. Seven hundred men, with the co-operation of a single gunboat, could have captured the garrison, burnt their store-houses, and brought off all their military and other supplies. While at Castle William he had an opportunity of observing that the commerce of New York was greatly affected — few square-rigged vessels arriving during the month of September. Trade was dull, and all articles of merch