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da. The Hilton Head correspondent of the N. Y. World, writing on the 9th inst., says that the seat of war has been removed from South Carolina to Florida. Admiral Dahlgren has gone to Jacksonville, Florida. The letter says: All the effective regiments which could be spared in the department were noticed to be in readinesastily fled, crowing the expedition with a bloodless victory. Not bloodless, however, for I have heard that one officer was slightly wounded by a stray shot Admiral Dahlgren, with his new flagship, the Pawnee, and the other war vessels, left for Jacksonville to aid the expedition. The brief history of the expedition, which Imessages for the British Consul at Savannah. It subsequently transpired that she was the bearer of dispatches to the rebel Government, through Mr. Benjamin. Admiral Dahlgren, however, refused the vessel permission to enter the harbor, and the commandant left in high dudgeon. Gold still advancing — it Touches 161. The New