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olina. Gen. Dix has gone to Norfolk, and probably to Suffolk. No fears of Suffolk being cut off. The Herald says "there is a good deal of feeling in this city about the affair" of Corcoran's killing Kimball. It is said he drew his sword, halted Corcoran without authority, used insulting language, and swore he should not pass, etc. A Washington telegram says the roads in Statford are again impassion. From "off Charleston" it is stated that the Yankees are in force on Coles's Island, and on Klauch and Seabrook Islands, protected by their gunboats. Five hundred negroes are to be sent to Hayti by the Administration. The Herald thinks they will be wanted after the war to cultivate cotton. The British Queen has arrived in New York from Nassau, with dates of the 13th. It gives list of and clearances of blockade runners — it 9 of which were with cotton from Wilmington and Charleston, and 10 clearances, with coffee, salt, and assorted cargoes, and 4 of them