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on of another. Gen. Gilmore is confident that with his heavy siege guns he can breach Fort Sumter. The 10th Connecticut regiment occupies the riffe-pite within 250 yards of Fort Wagnes. --Col. Otin, of this regiment, came here on the Belvidere for the purpose of taking drafted men. The Belvidere has on board the 174th Pennsylvania regiment numbering 417 noncommissioned and privates, whose term of service has expired. The United States steam transport Fulton, Eldridge, from Port Royal, S. C., July 31st, reached here last evening. The siege of Fort Wagner still continued. Gen. Gilmore has mounted a number of 200 pounder siege guns within one mile of Fort Sumter. He is confident of reducing both Sumter and Wagner in a short time. Outrage on Confederate officers — Morgat treated as a Convict. The New York World, of Monday, has an editorial on the conduct of Gen. Burnsides, from which we learn that Morgan and his officers, now in the Ohio penitentiary, are treated