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d Yankees, to let them know he was there. On Monday evening eight gun-boats were reported off Mackay's Point. Their object in coming there was not known. Mackay's Point is on Port Royal river, at the confluence of the Pocataligo, Coosawhatchie and Tulyfinny rivers. Vessels drawing twenty feet can come up as high as this point. Near the spot where Col. Jones lost his men, on the 1st., just at the side of the causeway, lies a twelve inch shell, which failed to explode. When discovOn yesterday, so far as known in the city, all was quiet at the various posts below. On Monday night the pickets on Mackay's Point, on what is known as Graham's Neck which has been previously alluded to by us, discovered a boat in the Coosawhatchie River. After hailing it without getting an answer, our Tennessee friends commenced an active fusillade, which caused the crew and passengers of the unknown boat to beat a hasty retreat. It has since been ascertained that the party fired into w