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e largest stream in Georgia, to the village of Darien, which is said to have contained before the waot a single tenantable habitation remained. Darien destroyed, Major Corwin of the Second South-Cathousand dollars. Major Corwin was absent from Darien two hours, and when he returned with his prizegton, there disembark, send the boats below to Darien, and then march the regiment thither, sweepingof ugliness. It was past noon when we reached Darien, and, of course, from the warning we had given where we would. Not a soul was to-be seen in Darien. We were ordered to disembark and form in lindly cheered as she passed us on her way down. Darien contained from seventy-five to one hundred hou have not before been published. A citizen of Darien, writing from Dunwoody's Plantation, near where Darien once stood, under date of June twelfth, says: What has been so long threatened has at length come to pass. Darien is now one plain of ashes and blackened chimneys. The accursed Yankee[1 more...]