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he enemy. She left the vicinity of the batteries at 2 o'clock, and reports the engagement with the fleet still progressing. Only seven vessels had passed our batteries. Water communication with Charleston had been cut off by the blockade at Scull Creek. Reinforcements are being sent from South Carolina and Georgia. Wilson's regiment of 1,000 men leaves Tybee to-night. [Third Dispatch] Savannah, Nov. 7. --The steamer Savannah arrived about 6 o'clock P. M., having been struck thn boat, which was burned. Shells were observed from here to burst in the woods. Our communication is cut off completely, unless more troops are sent here with artillery and cavalry. Four ships are now in sight over the land and up as far as Scull Creek. Excitement in Beaufort, S. C. The Charleston Courier publishes the following letter from its correspondent at Beaufort, S. C., dated November 5: Yesterday morning, the steamer Edisto, from Savannah, arrived here and brought int