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e blood, as the arsenal is defensible against musketry, and their number was more than a third of that of their assailants. The arsenal contains 20,000 stand of arms, 1,500 barrels (not kegs) of powder, 300,000 rounds of cartridge and other munitions. It is now held by thirty men of the "Washington Light Infantry," who are having pleasant picnic duty, we suspect. Life in the forts. She Savannah Republican, of Tuesday, publishes the following letter: Fort Pulaski, Tuesday, Jan. 8. The work of the fort goes on rapidly; the guns are being overhauled, and will soon be in a condition to do effectual service. The Chatnam Artillery have had an offer from a lady in Savannah, whose husband is a member of the corps, to come, down and act as nurse if her services are needed. Her letter was read in the quarters last night, and was received with three hearty cheers, and a letter of acceptance moved to be written her to that effect. Another lady sent us a splendid fr