ockwell's company, stationed at a battery near by, went to the assistance of the pickets on hearing the firing.
About midnight, the Federals returned and commenced an attack.
Firing was kept up on both sides for some time, but with no injury to our men. How the Yankees fared on this, their second.
visit, could not be ascertained; but it is presumed they were satisfied to retrace their steps, without waiting to find out what success they met with.
Skirmish at Brunswick, Ga.
Col. Carey W. Stiles visited Brunswick early yesterday morning, in command of a battalion.
The enemy were not in the city but on board their vessels in the harbor--Eight Yankee soldiers were engaged gathering oysters within musket ra ge from the bank, and the temptation induced one of our men, a printer, belonging to the Jackson Artillery, who had accompanied the expedition, to pull trigger on them and killed one of the party.
The rest began to row stily away, when other shots were fired at them, and b