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Southern Items. A Federal flag of truce. On Friday last, a Federal steamer approached Savannah, Ga., with a flag of truce flying, when Captain N. King, of the steamer St. Johns, went down to meet her. Two Federal officers soon came on board the last named boat, and informed Capt. King that they had a communication which thCapt. King that they had a communication which they had been requested to deliver to the commanding officer at Savannah. The letter was subsequently delivered to a boat which approached from one of our outposts, and the Federals were informed that an answer to their communication would be returned the next day. Various reports were in circulation in Savannah relative to the fla
of truce, yesterday, was a ruse on the part of the enemy to get a nearer view of our fortifications, and it is much to be regretted that by the indiscretion of Capt. King they were brought so far within our lines before they were discovered and turned back by the military authorities.
We understand that Capt. K has been ordered