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, Ga. Once taken so far within the rebel lines, and their condition will be more hopeless than ever. To rescue them while it was yet possible was General Butler's prupose." The Yankee force removed from South Carolina to Florida. 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 whicnext day for a destination unknown to them. When the morning came, nearly eleven thousand troops. Including some batteries, embarked on the steamers; and the living military burden on the waters presented a scene of martial activity to which Hilton Head has long been a stranger. Gen. Seymour was in command; and before the expedition salted he had a lengthy audience with General Climore. It was intended for Florida, to co-operate with our forces in st. Augustine, and to capture the connectiv