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clip from the Charleston Courier of the 8th inst.: Savannah, Nov. 7.--The steamer St. Mary's has just arrived from Hilton Head. Paoard General Ripley and staff, bound to Port Royal. Savannah, Nov. 7, P. M.--Very heavy firing is now going on at Port Royal. The reporunication Cut off.--reinforcements Arriving Hourly. Savannah, Nov. 7.--Commodore Tatnall, after a gallant engagement with the advance ve1,000 men leaves Tybee to-night. [Third Dispatch] Savannah, Nov. 7. --The steamer Savannah arrived about 6 o'clock P. M., havingest from the coast — damage on our side Tripling. Hardeeville, November 7. --The practice of our artillerists at Hilton Head has been our artillerists. [Second Dispatch.] Hardeeville, S. C., November 7. --(Received at 12 P. M.)--The fleet has passed the forts on Hilton Head. Still later from the coast. Beaufort, November 7. --The enemy's ships passed our batteries and are in sight of Be
ion of the last Legislature, aided by a subsidized press to provoke divided sentiment, which exists to a lamentable extent, and the occupying of a portion of the State by the Confederates, leaves no room to doubt that a fearful storm is impending, and must soon burst forth attended with the horrors of fierce civil war. General Pillow was here last evening, and left again this morning. Look out for startling rumors. Invasion of East Tennessee. The Knoxville (Tenn.) Register, of November 7th, says: All the facts and rumors we are in possession of indicate that the tide of war rolls this way, and that if prompt movements are not at once made to check the progress of the invader, the boastful prediction of the Northern journals will be fulfilled — namely, that in a few weeks the theatre of the war would be transferred from Kentucky to East Tennessee. Cumberland Gap, we believe, is well fortified, and can be defended against any force that can be brought against it. The ot