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Commodore Porter has lately made a report of the operations of the monitors and iron-clads in the assault upon Fort Fisher which will attract attention abroad, from the information which it gives of the working of this new class of vessels in a heavy sea and bad weather, as well as their capacities of attack and defence. The technicalities of the description will be relieved to the mind of the general reader in England by the assurance which Commodore Porter takes occasion to give in his report, that one of these vessels could easily run over to England, destroy one of their naval stations, and, moreover could sink any ship in the British navy!
e the direction of the tide.
The army, the navy and the press of the United States are all clamorous for a set-to with honest John.
Sherman threatens Hyde Park; Porter and the Kearsarge are eager to sink British ships; the Tribune will brush away Canada like gossamer.
In the meantime, Mr. Bull stands hat in hand, bows politely