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erland Island and Sound, of Fernandina and Amelia Island, and of the river and town of St. Mary's. d were even at that moment retreating from Amelia Island, carrying with them such of their munitionThe batteries and the heavy guns mounted on Fort Clinch, command all the turnings of the main ship-med launches of the Wabash. On approaching Fort Clinch, it was so evidently deserted that I would e we supposed some of the guns removed from Fort Clinch had been taken. Owing to various detentias successful. The batteries on and near Fort Clinch, on the southern part of Cumberland Island,ly to Fernandina, Florida. The garrison in Fort Clinch decided to remain when they saw the frigatet of a letter was found in an old wallet in Fort Clinch, Fernandina, Fla.: (Copy.)Nashvilled Yankees? Cumberland Island, opposite Amelia Island, was once the property of General Nat. Greer was also issued ordering all persons on Amelia Island, not connected with the rebel army or navy[10 more...]
endicularly thirty feet from the water, the rebels had cleared away a considerable space, and commenced to erect a battery and barracks for troops. The location is a splendid one, and could readily be converted into a miniature Gibraltar, but their force was insufficient for the work, and it was abandoned after mounting a gun or two, and partially completing the quarters. Four guns were brought hither by the Darlington, (rebel steamer captured near Fernandina,) on the second inst., from Fort Clinch. Some are said to have been submerged at the foot of the bluff. How true it is, we know not. Passing this point, we continued on up the stream, and were everywhere greeted with cheers or waving of handkerchiefs. Men, women, and children, of all colors, turned out en masse, and gave us a grand and unexpected ovation. From almost all the houses white flags were displayed, and in some instances waved by the ladies. Very few residences, and those the property of rabid secessionists, were