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To be Instantly reinforced. --The Washington Star of the 13th says: We are satisfied that quite fifteen thousand there troops will be on board ship by Saturday night, destined to reinforce Gen. Sherman's command in South Carolina. As we told the forts in that quarter, the carrying them may sall singly and mad will;
emy for an hour and forty minutes within 50 yards; the Eighth Georgia held them at bay in another part, and many of these brave men fell near by and are buried where they fell. A stone tablet marks the grave of Capt. Howard, beneath the pine trees, near where Keishaw's regiment, the 49th Virginia, the 7th and 18th Georgia, and a South Carolina regiment, kept the Northern forces back and held the space "for life or for death," as commanded, for forty minutes. There was the first position of Sherman's battery on the ridge of the hill by some persimmon trees, and its advance is told by broken fences and traces of cannon ball, past the old stone house and up the opposite hill, into the old woman's yard, where it was finally taken. Many other places we visited, all so frequently described that our readers need no repetition of the scenes. Several parties were inspecting these historic grounds even on this dreary autumnal day, and we were informed that not a day has passed since the