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usta is cut off, and we do not know what is going on there, or in that neighborhood. As concerns matters at Charleston and in the direction of Columbia, our information is more definite. The enemy, with a force of three thousand men, landed at Grimball's, on James's island, last Friday, and drove in our pickets. Some skirmishing followed, but there was no general engagement.--Grimball's is on the Stono river, two miles southwest of Charleston, and the Ashley river, a wide stream, lies betweeGrimball's is on the Stono river, two miles southwest of Charleston, and the Ashley river, a wide stream, lies between it and the city. This demonstration of the enemy is believed to be a feint. The following dispatch, received late Sunday night, is the official report of this affair. It contains also other interesting intelligence: "Charleston, February 11, 1865. "To General S. Cooper, "Adjutant and Inspector General: "The enemy, last evening, drove in our pickets on James's island. The lines have been re-established to-day. The enemy are still in strong force on the island, but the mov