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horses would run against them with impunity. The obstructions in the channel between Sumter and Moultrie are entirely gone, and the opinion of the naval officers is that there are no impediments to the progress of our fleet, except those extending from James Island to the middle ground. Of their nature it is impossible to judge, though they are probably not half as formidable as imagined. A rebel iron-clad, probably the Chicora, was seen yesterday west of Fort Simpkins. No less than three rebel iron-clads are seen daily." A letter from Folly Island to the Commercial says: "Rumors are still prevalent among the troops of a meditated expedition towards Savannah, but nothing of a reliable character was known." "There was a general review on the 20th of all the troops on the Island. Seven thousand men were in line besides two full battalions. General Ferry is in command on Folly Island. All hopes of reaching Charleston this winter have died away among the troops."